Big River Camps
- 1 Massey Drive Access Road Stn Main Corner Brook, Labrador Canada A2H 6J2
- Vendor Type: Lodges
- Fishing Type: Freshwater
- Fishing Style: Fly Fishing
- Amenities: Accommodates 28, brand new, full service cabins
- Targets: Atlantic Salmon, Sea Run Trout, Artic Char
- Phone: (709) 639-4542
- Website: www.bigrivercamp.com
Located in the beautiful province of Newfoundland and Labrador Canada we offer two newly built, fully serviced fishing and hunting camps for your personal comfort and enjoyment. Come relax and enjoy a home cooked meal after a great day on the Labrador Big River fishing for Atlantic Salmon, Artic Char, and Sea Trout, or enjoy an exciting day big game hunting for Moose, Bear, or Caribou in the beautiful country side our province of Newfoundland.
With operations at two separate locations we are able to offer one of the finest fishing experiences on the rivers of Labrador while also being able to offer an experience of a lifetime hunting big game on the southern coast of Newfoundland.
Our fishing camp operates from July to August while our hunting camp operates from September to October. For an experience like no other call today and book your next adventure with Big River Camps.
Big River Camps has been in operation since the late 1960’s and we recently built a beautiful Northern White Cedar Lodge which overlooks the pristine “Big River”. We offer exceptional fly fishing for Atlantic Salmon, Sea-Run Trout and in late August, Arctic Char. Our professional guides can accompany you to several enticing fishing pools … you can fish directly in front of the lodge, travel to the mouth of the river (Rattling Brook), as well as enjoy a scenic trip further up river to many other fishing pools.
Awaken your senses to the thrill of the catch!
Call today (802) 347- 4550 or fill out the form below to plan your next fishing adventure:
FLY FISHING (LABRADOR)
Big River Camps operates a newly built fishing lodge on Big River in Labrador. The lodge is situated at the first rapids on the river about five miles from the North Atlantic Ocean. This rapid area is the first obstruction encountered by Atlantic Salmon, Sea Run Trout and Artic Char after navigating the five miles of relatively slow flowing river from the ocean. While the Atlantic Salmon and the Sea Run Trout continue up stream for several miles to the spawning grounds, this first rapids is the extent of the up-river journey for the Artic Char. With breath taking views and all the comforts of home, you will be sure to enjoy your stay at one of Labrador’s finest fishing lodges.
Newfoundland Salmon Fish and Newfoundland Trout Fish usually begin the journey into the river early July and continue up stream in great numbers until late August or early September. The char do not enter the river until mid August.
The marshaling point for Big River is Goose Bay, Labrador, which has a modern airport and is serviced daily by Air Canada, Provincial Airlines, and Air Labrador.