Bookings for summer 2019
Starting Saturday, April 6, 2019, bookings to access our 500 day-fishing lakes will be launched.
See the calendar below to find out when we will start taking reservations for the establishment of your choice to have the opportunity to grab your favorite lake for the day that suits you best.
Booking calendar: April 6, 2019
|Saturday, April 6, 2019|
|12 p.m.||Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier
Réserve faunique des Laurentides
Réserve faunique de Portneuf
|2 p.m.||Réserve faunique Mastigouche**|
* Excluding salmon fishing.
** Exclusing day fishing on Lac au Sorcier.
Due to the harsh winter we have just experienced, access to some waterways will be difficult in the Mastigouche, Papineau-Labelle, and Rouge-Matawin wildlife reserves during the beginning of the season. In order to ensure a safe and high-quality fishing experience for anglers, the opening date of some lakes offered for daily fishing in these wildlife reserves has been postponed by a few days.
Please consult the fishing plan for each reserve for specific changes.
Virtual waiting room
In an effort to offer you the best possible shopping experience, we’ll set up a virtual waiting room especially for the occasion. This waiting room will, among other things, facilitate your transactions, while respecting your order of priority during busy periods on our transactional website.
A full 15 minutes before each time slot, you’ll be able to access our virtual waiting room in anticipation of the beginning of the booking period. When bookings begin, you’ll be redirected to the queue and automatically assigned a random place in line. After a few minutes, you should be transferred to our transactional site where you can complete your booking.
To speed up your transaction, we suggest that you create your online customer profile right away. That way the only step you’ll need to take during the payment stage is to connect to your profile, which will save you time.
Destinations by the thousands
Close to 500 lakes are available exclusively for day fishing. Whether you’re passing through or simply want to spice up your stay, you just have to pay the right-of-access fee and a day of fishing is yours to enjoy.