Guests coming South on the Trans Canada Highway will cross the Madawaska River at Edmundston, take Exit 16 ( Victoria Street). Turn right at end of ramp then in approximately 1 km turn east on Olivier-Boucher Road and follow the Woods Road Map to the Club.
Guests coming North on the Trans Canada Highway at St-Leonard will turn East on Route 17 to Kedgwick, turn left on Route 265 to the Kedgwick River and then follow the Woods Road Map to the Club.
Guests coming from Charlo and Campbellton take Route 17 to Kedgwick, turn right on Route 265 to the Kedgwick River and then follow the Woods Road Map to the Club. Canadian guests can fly to either the St-Leonard or Charlo Airports where a driver from the Club will meet them.
American guests coming by car should take Interstate 95 to Houlton, cross the border onto the Trans Canada Highway and drive North to St-Leonard. Then take Route 17 to Kedgwick, turn left on Route 265 to the Kedgwick River and then follow the Woods Road Map to the Club.
- For insurance and safety purposes, only Club employees may operate vehicles or use the kitchen facilities.
- All Club employees are trained to provide CPR and first aid. If required, the services of a local doctor or dentist are available. A hospital is approximately 45 minutes away in St-Quentin.
- Fishing times, transportation, menu selections and meal hours are agreed upon between the Angling Party Leader and the Club manager.
- When guests have special requests, they are asked to direct these to the Angling Party Leader or Club manager.
- The Club operates on Eastern Daylight Savings Time despite the fact that it is situated in New Brunswick.
- Your guide is aware of all Government and Club fishing regulations and is legally required to enforce them. Do not ask him to break the rules as his livelihood depends on him having a valid guide’s license.
- Your guide has a wide array of flies and leaders.
- The Club has adopted a “catch and release” policy. As a result, you are permitted to hook and release 4 fish each day. You must, however, continue down river after catching 2 fish in a specific pool.
- Your guide is not allowed to fish alone without written permission from the Club manager.
- All fish, including any hooked by your guide, are counted towards your limit.
- We recommend that you bring warm clothing, protective glasses, rain gear, a hat and any items of a personal nature that you may require, such as prescription medications, tobacco or camera.
- Please make us aware of any dietary restrictions or food allergies prior to your arrival.
- You will be required to have a valid New Brunswick Fishing License which can be purchased at the club when you arrive. Please carry it with you at all times. In order for us to issue you the license we will need your New Brunswick Outdoors Card Number or your date of birth, complete mailing address, phone number and an identification number from either your driver’s license or your passport. License costs are listed below:
Non-resident Salmon (Season) – Live Release $173.00
Non-resident Salmon (7-day) Live Release $100.00
Resident Salmon – Live Release $36.00
- While you will be fishing from a 24’ canoe, there are many opportunities to wade and we recommend that you bring waders with you.
- 110 volt electricity is provided by two 50,000 watt diesel generators.
- The Club is equiped with High Speed Internet
Arrival time between
3:00 and 4:00pm
Departure time between
Noon and 1:00pm
Buffet Supper: 9pm
Morning: 8am to noon
Evening: 5pm until dusk
The approximate weight of a fish in pounds can be calculated by measuring the length in inches (tip of the nose to the fork of the tail) and girth (around the fish in front of the pectoral fin).
To do the calculation, you:
- square the girth measurement;
- multiply it by length measurement;
- divide by 800.
Julie Leblanc – Head
Sophie St. Laurent – Assistant
Rooms and Kitchen