Ice Fishing

Plunge through the ice

We invite you to discover Kenauk’s ice fishing; an authentic Canadian winter pastime on frozen lakes surrounded by mountains. Kenauk is well known as one of Quebec’s premier fishing destinations since its lakes support an incredibly wide variety of fish in the winter including – rainbow and speckled trout; largemouth and smallmouth bass; northern pike and perch. This variety ensures excellent fishing all winter long with Kenauk’s unmatched privacy and scenery. Our fishery biologists ensure lakes receive a balanced supply of prized rainbow and speckled trout for your enjoyment. Whether you’re a novice or an old hand, ice fishing is a unique opportunity to enjoy a fun-filled day out with family and friends. Please note that a Quebec fishing permit is required and not included in these package rates. Fishing permits are available for sale on site at our reception.

Daily Ice Fishing (must be guided) = 199$/day for guide + 50$/angler lake fee

Ice Fishing for Kenauk guests staying in a chalet:
Unguided = 50$/angler/day
Guided = 199$/day for guide + 50$/angler lake fee

Guided Ice Fishing Package (available to our guests and daily)
Price = 199$/day for guide + 50$/angler lake fee
Lake: Mills and Whitefish Lake (for daily and guests), Taunton Lake (only for guests staying at Taunton chalet)
Duration: 4-5 hours
Equipment: clients to provide their own gear (shelter, rods etc.), this package includes 1 auger (clients may also bring their own)
Fish: Trout, Bass and Perch (Pike also on Whitefish Lake)
Fish Limits: 2 fish of any species per angler, all other fish must be released
Season: February 1st until deemed unsafe (approximately 2nd week of March)

Unguided Ice Fishing Package (available only to our guests)
Price = 50$/angler/day
Lake: Mills and Whitefish Lake (Taunton Lake for guests staying at Taunton chalet)
Equipment: clients to provide their own gear (shelter, rods etc.),  Kenauk has 1 auger available for rent at 50$/day
Fish: Trout, Bass and Perch (Pike also on Whitefish Lake)
Fish Limits: 2 fish of any species per angler, all other fish must be released
Season: February 1st until deemed unsafe (approximately 2nd week of March)


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