Labrador is the distinct, northerly region of the Canadian province
of Newfoundland and Labrador. It comprises the mainland portion of the
province, separated from the island of Newfoundland by the Strait of
Belle Isle. It is the largest and northernmost geographical region
in Atlantic Canada.
Mabille Labrador fishing Lodge is unique by its
wild nature and remoteness, the scenic beauty of the site with numerous
lakes and rivers and by the strong desire to preserve the quality of the
resources and the surrounding wilderness.
The lodge is located on the North Shore of the St-Lawrence river, inland, on the Quebec-Labrador border, 125 miles north of Havre-St-Pierre, Quebec. The lakes and rivers systems extend over thirty square miles (50 km2) of a particularly good and scenic hydro-graphic system. It consists of a dozen major lakes fed by numerous rivers, streams and brooks.
The entire area three hundred square miles (480 km2) is easily accessible by large boat or freighter canoes through rapids, attractive narrows, slow moving water, pools and lakes. It could be as much a challenge for the experienced people that will have a go at "trophy Size" fish as a dreamy enjoyment of a sunset, complete with northern lights for the occasional couple.
From Bangkok to Mabille, every year, for 9 years in a row....from a bustling Asian city with twelve million people to the most remote and pristine spot in the world where you will guarantee find no one else and no sign of (human!) life. And that in combination with excellent guides, fabulous food and....all the brook trout you can catch. “ Eight pounder anybody???” Heaven