About Camps Bohier

An exclusive Fly Fishing Club on Quebec’s Lower North Shore
Bohier Lake is at the head of the Musquaro Lake watershed, 75 miles North East of the village
of Nastashquan. Access is available only by floatplane from Natashquan hydrobase

We will have a maximum of 40 visiting members for the 2022 season.

Fly fishing and catch and release of all mature fish is our mode of fishing management. Brook Trout (Speckled Trout), Landlocked Salmon (Ouananiche) and Lake Arctic Char are the three species present in our waters.

We offer all inclusive packages to our visiting members: return flight from Natashquan by floatplane, 5 night stay and all meals in camp; a boat, motor and gas at no extra charge per two anglers are included in your stay. Upon request, complimentary casting lessons and evening fly tying sessions are available.

About Camps Bohier

Fishing is done on three main lakes: Bohier, Grossin and Boulet. We opened 2 new lakes in 2020: Gauthier and Benoit Lakes. The quality of fishing on Benoit Lake is nothing less than exceptional on this two mile long headwater virgin Lake. River fly fishing is made on three
different stretches of Grossin River for a total of 20 pools.

We are located on the 51st parallel, at mid-point between Anticosti Island and the Labrador border. Since the year 2000, the area has not been visited for 15 years… We stayed 8 weeks during the summer in 2014 and bought Bohier Camps, after due diligence in October 2015.

Our 2020 season was one of great in discoveries and big surprises. All camps and amenities are in very good shape and our knowledge of the territory is rapidly improving. Our remoteness from the Coast of the St-Lawrence River is the key element for the presence of pristine nature and trophy fishing. Brook Trout is abundant and can grow up to 3 pounds.

The largest Landlocked Salmon we caught in the 2020 season weighted more than 10 pounds. Ouananiche of more than 5 pounds are caught each week. Lake Arctic Char is also present.

The philosophy of Bohier’s shareholders is quite simple: Lake and river fly fishing, catch and release, conservation, pleasure and adventure in a remote and untouched wilderness area.

François Boulet, managing partner

How to Get to Bohier Lake Camps

On Provincial road #138, from Quebec City to Natashquan

By Road:
On Provincial road #138, from Quebec City to Natashquan From Quebec City, travel times are as following:

  • 5 hours 30 min. to get to Baie-Comeau
  • 10 hours 15 min. to get to Havre-St-Pierre
  • 12hours to get to Natashquan

You can stop in Baie-Comeau, many hotels are available. A reservation is highly recommended because of the short and busy summer season on the North Shore.

The next morning, you have a 7 and a half hours of traveling time left, before you arrive to Natashquan. If you leave Baie-Comeau around 8 AM, you get to Natashquan at around 4 PM. You can relax have a good supper, sleep at La Cache hotel and leave early the next morning.

You can also drive direct to Havre St-Pierre and reserve at the Motel de L’Archipel; clean and comfortable. For supper, we will reserve for you at Chez Julie restaurant; simply the best seafood place on the North Shore. You will have less than two hours left of traveling time to get to Natashquan seaplane base.

The next morning, you leave Havre-St-Pierre around 7AM, and get to Natashquan for 8h30 AM to take your floatplane flight. You will have a 50 minute flight and be at Bohier Camps around 10h00 AM. You unpack, we’ll serve you a quick lunch and you can enjoy fly fishing the rest of your arrival day.

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