Known for award-winning largemouth bass, fishing in the St. Lawrence river is ideal for avid and novice fishers alike. Incorporate fishing into your stay at 1000 Islands Addiction Rehab to get even more from the peaceful, idyllic setting.
Benefits of Fishing During your Stay
Whether you go in those early, predawn hours or settle in for a twilight session, there is something serene and peaceful about fishing no matter what your skill level is. Many people find this to be an almost meditative experience as it requires patience and silence to do right. This can be a very rewarding experience physically and mentally.
Things to Know about Fishing in St. Lawrence River
The St. Lawrence River is known as FISHCAP, the Fishing Capital of the World. That alone is probably a good enough endorsement for why you should give fishing here a try. Here are some other things to know about fishing in the St. Lawrence River:
Type of Fish: the St. Lawrence is home to a range of fish and is especially known for small and largemouth bass. You will also find northern pike, trout, salmon and muskellunge.
Fishing License: A license is required in Canada for fishing. If you don’t have one already, visit here for more information: MNR website
Fishing Season: Fishing season for Black Bass opens the third Saturday of June and runs through the end of November. However, other fish are available at different times including several that are year-round. These include: brown and rainbow trout, Coho and chinook salmon.
No matter what time of year you decide to fish in the St. Lawrence River, there are always fish to catch, sights to see and a calming serenity to be felt. At 1000 Islands Addiction Rehab, we seek to treat the whole person and that includes providing the best recreational activities like swimming, boating and fishing. Ask your guide or call (855) 885-5805 to find out more.