Since 1997, Micmac Camp has welcomed numerous anglers along Cascapedia River in Gaspé Peninsula. Providing accommodation in a charming Victorian farmhouse built in 1875, it is the only base camp in the area that offers Atlantic salmon fishing on the entire river and connection to the lake. Micmac Camp will appeal to nature lovers as well as to seasoned anglers! A dedicated staff will welcome you to one of the most authentic and popular salmon fishing destinations in Quebec.
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Micmac Camp20 Main Street
Gesgapegiag, Quebec, G0C 1Y1
418 392-6327 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit Website
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