Réserve faunique Ashuapmushuan


This vast wildlife territory is named after the wildest of its rivers, the Ashuapmushuan. Even today, the age of the coureurs des bois is still with us. Climb aboard your watercraft and take off for adventure! It's a country of freedom and pure nature where the worries of time are far away. Anglers come to its lakes notably for walleye. In autumn, the hunt for small game brings venison lovers to the forest. Réserve faunique Ashuapmushuan will put you in closer touch with your real nature, in the Kingdom of Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean.



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Random draw: Register now!

Still pumped up from your last big game hunting experience at one of our wildlife reserves or Sépaq Anticosti? Random draw registration for moose and white-tail deer hunting stays next fall will take place until January 15, 2015. Have access to the best hunting grounds in Quebec! Details

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Extend Your Fishing Trip

In the mood for a few more days of fishing? Plan next summer’s fishing trip with cabin accommodations and get 20% off the third and subsequent days. Certain conditions apply. Book >


Fire at Réserve faunique Ashuapmushuan

During the night of May 1, a fire completely destroyed the building housing the administrative office and the registration centre for Réserve faunique Ashuapmushuan, also known as the Southern Registration Centre. Société des établissements de plein air du Québec (Sépaq) would like to inform fishing enthusiasts that our teams are setting up a temporary office next to the old registration centre. Services will resume on Monday, May 5.

Please note that the fishing season is scheduled to open on May 23. This fire will therefore not disrupt services for users of the wildlife reserve.

Management of Réserve faunique Ashuapmushuan would like to acknowledge the excellent work of the firefighters.

The origin of the fire was accidental. Sépaq has already decided to rebuild the Southern Registration Centre.

Hunting Sectors: Do You Use Google Earth?

The borders of the wildlife reserve's moose hunting sector can now be seen on a downloadable KML file. Click here

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