Kayak fishing may not be as popular in Quebec as other parts of Canada and the United States. But Anthony Bourque is experiencing a lot of fishing success on his Native kayaks.
I first noticed that Jenn Cutnam fished Quebec’s Gouin Reservoir. The Gouin is a favorite fishing destination for walleye and northern pike anglers in the Northeast. Then I noticed that she has quite the diversity of fish that she catches. Living now in British Columbia, she also fishes for trout and has some awesome giant sturgeon pics. Most importantly, Jenn is always smiling showing off the love she has for fishing. So appreciate that Jenn took some time to fill us in on her fishing, provide advice on fishing the Gouin Reservoir and let us know about her upcoming dream fishing trip in 2017.
Musky fishing is such a unique art. We interview a lot of big time musky hunters here at Dock Talk 365. But we have yet to encounter a guy that exclusively focuses his or her musky efforts with a fly rod. Today’s interview is with David Sullivan who chases down big Quebec musky with a fly rod in his hand. As you read this interview, you will see this guy has a dedication and passion for what he is doing. While he doesn’t consider himself an expert yet, he gives us great insight into how he is approaching his pursuit.
I have been to the Gouin Reservoir and loved my vacation there. The place is huge but we did well and left knowing the potential of this place to produce great numbers of walleye and pike. In my opinion the Gouin Reservoir is one of the few places in the Northeast that can rival the walleye fishing of Northwestern Ontario for numbers and quality. Chris Aretakis fishes the Gouin a couple times a year and provides us a ton of great information about fishing this legendary body of water in Quebec.
If I would have had to guess what my first Quebec interview would be about, I would have bet on walleye, maybe northern pike. Probably about some remote waters in Northern Quebec. Well, I certainly was wrong. Instead my first interview is with two bass guys from Montreal. And I am sure glad it was. Jeff and Jo of …