Come discover Quebec’s Lower North Shore with us.


Become a Member of Bohier Lake Camps
Your Membership card includes:
  • Roundtrip floatplane flight from Natashquan hydro base to Bohier Camps
  • Five nights stay at Bohier Lake Camps
  • All meals, accommodations and shore lunch at Camp.
  • Boat, motor and gas for your stay per 2 anglers, at no extra charge
Only 30 Membership cards will be issued for the 2024 season

2024 Membership card fee for Bohier Camps:

2,295.00 $USD all taxes included, for a group of 2 or 3 anglers

1,995.00 $USD all taxes included, for a group of 4 anglers

Make a reservation for a group of 4 anglers and get exclusive use or our two camps. Five lakes plus Grossin River to enjoy, just for your group. The real peace!

General Conditions

  • The purchase of your 2024 Membership card is made in 2 payments: 50% deposit at reservation time; final payment due on May 1st 2024
  • Your deposit is not refundable but can be transferred to another person, another date or for another year.
  • There is no extra charge for a prolonged stay and no rebate for a shortened stay, due to weather and flight conditions.
  • A minimum of 2 persons is required for each floatplane flight.
  • Maximum weight for personal luggage on floatplane is 60lb (wine/ spirits/ beer not included)

2024 Schedule @ Bohier Camps

All flights from Natashquan are scheduled for 8h30 AM
Wednesday June 5 to Monday June 10 Staff in camp 2 Beavers
Monday June 10 to Saturday June 15 Reserved 2 rods / 1 Beaver
Saturday June 15 to Thursday June 20 Reserved 2 rods / 1 Beaver
Thursday June 20 to Tuesday June 25 Reserved 4 rods — Full / 1 Beaver
Tuesday June 25 to Sunday June 30 Reserved 3 rods / 1 beaver
Sunday June 30 Staff out of camp / 1 Beaver
Tuesday July 23 Staff returns / 2 Beavers
Friday July 26 to Wednesday July 31 Reserved 4 rods – Full / 1 Beaver
Wednesday July 31 to Monday August 05 Reserved 4 rods — Full / 1 Beaver
Monday August 05 to Saturday August 10 Reserved 4 rods – Full / 1 Beaver
Saturday August 10 to Thursday August 15 Reserved 4 rods – Full / 1 Beaver
Thursday August 15 to Tuesday August 20 Reserved 2 rods – / 1 Beaver
Tuesday August 20 to Sunday August 25 Reserved 4 rods – / 1 Beaver
Thursday August 27 Staff out of camp / 1 Beaver

What to Bring

The weather is quite unpredictable at the 51st parallel. You bring a good sleeping bag, pillow case and a towel. Warm clothing, made out of synthetic fibers is recommended. Multiple layers are the name of the game. Long sleeves underwear, wool stockings and waders with felt or synthetic soles for river fishing. A good quality rain coat and pants, hat, cap, polarized sunglasses and a dry bag are very practical. Insect repellant (Watkins or Muskoil), sunscreen, head net for river fishing, flashlight, multi-tool and camera. We supply water, juices and soft drinks. You bring your favorite alcoholic beverages like wine, spirits or beer (in cans please).
Fishing Equipment:
For Landlocked Salmon, a fast action 9 feet rod for line 7 or 8 with a large arbor reel and at least 100 yards of backing line is a good combination. On lakes, trolling is the essence and an extra fast sinking line (Type 6) is recommended. Rio, Orvis and Sc. Anglers fly lines with type 6 full sinking lines do a great job. A full floating line as well and 6-12 feet sinking tips leaders of different density can be very effective, depending on water levels. For Brook Trout, an 8 ½ to 9 feet rod for line 5-6 with a standard reel and 50 yards of backing line is suggested. A good quality full floating line for dry fly fishing is a must. We recommend Maxima Chameleon tippets and leaders; they match the tea color waters of the area. Spools from 6 to 10lb will do the job.

Bohier Lake area remains largely unexplored. Bring your flies and give it a try. Here is a list of patterns that did well in the past seasons. Orange and Pink streamer flies worked great again, in 2021.

Dry Flies: Wulff series; Royal, Grizzly, White and Gray #8- #14; Elk Hair Caddis black, tan and orange #10-#16; Stimulator Orange, Black #6-#10, Adams, Humpies, Black Gnat #10-14

Nymphs: Hare’s Ear, Prince, Pheasant Tail, March Brown, Hendrickson; Size #10-1

Streamers: Size #2- #4 : Woolly Buggers (Olive, Orange, Black), Grizzly Muddler; Smelt Series: Magog, Massawipi, Rainbow; Ghost Series: Orange, Yellow, Gray and Black; Zonker, Mickey Finn, JR Cisco, Paul et Paul, Yellow and Orange Neptune, Pink and Orange Poupounes and yes… Mouse patterns size 4 and 6!!

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