Location
Quebec, Canada
Fly-in Access
All-Inclusive?
All-inclusive lodges include:
  • accommodation
  • all equipment/gear/tackle
  • boats and fuel
  • guiding
  • all meals
  • fish processing (unless fishing is catch-and-release only)
See below to find out exactly what is included in the price.
Fishing
freshwater (lakes), freshwater (rivers),
Guided + Unguided
8 hours/day
2:1 guest-to-guide ratio
Fly fishing (A “Fly Fishing Adventure, Multi-Species” program for those of you who want to experience the Tunulic River more broadly)
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Overview

Nestled on the serene banks of the Tunulik River, Rapid Lake Lodge is your gateway to a pristine wilderness adventure. Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Ungava Bay’s coastal river, our lodge offers a haven for anglers and nature enthusiasts alike. Here, you’ll find an abundance of anadromous Arctic char, sea trout, salmon, speckled trout, lake trout (Touladi), and whitefish, making it a paradise for fishing enthusiasts. Our seasoned guides, experts in the outdoors, are dedicated to crafting a tailored and unforgettable experience, whether you seek the thrill of catching trout, embarking on a nature exploration, hiking rugged trails, or capturing the beauty of the landscape through photography. Committed to sustainable fishing practices, environmental responsibility, and fostering connections with the Inuit culture, Rapid Lake Lodge promises an immersive and respectful encounter with the natural world.

What makes us unique:

  1. Special Helico Adventure
  2. Wildlife Sighting

What We Catch

List
Species Availability Calendar
  • 31286 1Arctic Char
  • 31288 2Trout - Brook
  • 31290 3Trout - Lake
  • 31292 4Whitefish
  • Atlantic Salmon
SpeciesJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Arctic Char
Trout - Brook
Trout - Lake
Whitefish

Our season runs from 1st August to 15th September.

Packages/prices

Estimated PER-DAY fishing vacation rate:

US$798.33
CA$1,077.17
£629.14
€735.59

PER PERSON

7 nights / 6 days fishingFly Fishing Packages

For 1-6 People

US$4,790.00
CA$6,463.03
£3,774.84
€4,413.55
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NOTES

Services included:

  • Round trip flight Montreal/Kuujjuaq
  • Transfer by seaplane to and from Kuujjuaq/Black Point
  • Accommodation, bedding and towels
  • All meals served in the camp
  • The guides
  • Boat, engine and petrol
  • Life jacket
  • All taxes
  • Services not included
  • Meals in Kuujjuaq
  • Additional night in Kuujjuaq*
  • Your alcoholic beverages (possible SAQ purchases in Montreal)
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Cancellation and postponement of the seaplane (breakage, weather, etc…)

Unless otherwise stated, prices do not include taxes, gratuities, or fishing license/stamp.

This lodge charges in $USD.
Prices that have been converted to your chosen currency are based on today’s exchange rate. This lodge charges in $USD, so the amount billed to you may be different than the converted value shown here. Source: openexchangerates.org

What's Included?

How many hours of guided fishing?

8 hours

Return transportation:

If YES, the lodge covers all transportation costs to and from the Travel Destination. If NO, you are responsible for all costs getting to and from the lodge.

Equipment / gear / tackle / bait:

Fish processing:

Cleaning, filleting, vacuum packing and refrigerated (or frozen) storage.

All meals / snacks / non-alcoholic drinks:

Alcohol:

Deposit required: 2500$

Balance due: 90 Days Prior


No discount for a shortened stay or overcharge for an extended stay due to weather conditions. The deposit is non-refundable but is transferable to another date or to another person you may designate.


Payment Methods Accepted
Credit cards:
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Weather

°C / MM
°F / IN.

Temperature, °C

Avg HIGH

Avg LOW

Avg. Accumulated Precipitation

mm

Weather data based on closest weather station which is 145 miles from the lodge, so the actual climate at the lodge can vary a bit. Based on weather reports collected during 1985–2015.
Jan
-6
-18
26.5
Feb
-4
-17
16.4
Mar
3
-10
19.5
Apr
11
-1
27.6
May
19
5
32.2
Jun
24
10
31.9
Jul
26
13
33.1
Aug
25
12
31.6
Sep
20
7
32
Oct
12
2
37.9
Nov
5
-4
28.7
Dec
-2
-12
24.4

Temperature, °F

Avg HIGH

Avg LOW

Avg. Accumulated Precipitation

inches

Weather data based on closest weather station which is 145 miles from the lodge, so the actual climate at the lodge can vary a bit. Based on weather reports collected during 1985–2015.
Jan
22
0
1.04
Feb
25
1
0.65
Mar
37
15
0.77
Apr
52
29
1.09
May
67
41
1.27
Jun
75
50
1.26
Jul
80
55
1.3
Aug
77
53
1.24
Sep
68
45
1.26
Oct
54
35
1.49
Nov
41
25
1.13
Dec
28
10
0.96

ACCOMMODATIONS

Description

At Rapid Lake Lodge, your accommodations are a cozy and comfortable haven in the heart of the rugged wilderness. Our lodge offers rustic yet inviting lodging options, ensuring you have a restful night’s sleep after your outdoor adventures. Whether you choose a charming cabin or a comfortable room in the main lodge, you’ll be surrounded by the tranquility of nature and enjoy a peaceful atmosphere, allowing you to recharge for the next day’s activities.

Details

Corporate buyout:

A corporate buyout is a single group booking the entire lodge. Often done for executive retreats.

WiFi available:

Maximum capacity:

16

Average travel time to fishing grounds:

10-15 Minutes

Amenities

While nestled in the pristine wilderness, Rapid Lake Lodge still provides essential amenities to enhance your stay. You’ll have access to modern conveniences such as hot showers, electricity, and heating to ensure your comfort during your adventure. Additionally, our knowledgeable staff and expert guides are always on hand to assist you, answer questions, and ensure your safety while exploring the captivating landscapes and wildlife of Nunavik’s Ungava Bay.

Meals

At Rapid Lake Lodge, dining is an integral part of your experience, with delicious meals crafted to satisfy both your appetite and your sense of adventure. You’ll savor a variety of fresh and locally inspired dishes that showcase the flavors of the region. From hearty breakfasts to fuel your day to delectable dinners enjoyed by the lodge’s cozy fireplace, our meals are designed to provide you with the energy you need for your outdoor activities. Special dietary requests can also be accommodated with advance notice to ensure your culinary preferences are met.

Other Activities

Beyond the thrilling fishing opportunities, Rapid Lake Lodge offers a diverse array of activities to immerse yourself in the natural wonders of Nunavik’s Ungava Bay region. Hiking enthusiasts can embark on breathtaking wilderness treks, exploring rugged terrains, ancient glaciers, and lush valleys while discovering the intriguing stories of the ancient spruce trees. For wildlife enthusiasts, observing the region’s diverse fauna, including polar bears, Arctic foxes, and a myriad of bird species, offers exceptional opportunities for photography and wildlife encounters. When Ungava Bay mirrors the sky, you can venture close to the ice pack and icebergs, a unique experience complete with wildlife sightings. Engaging with the Inuit culture, meeting locals, and learning about their traditions adds a cultural dimension to your adventure. Whether you’re captivated by landscapes, wildlife, or cultural immersion, Rapid Lake Lodge ensures that every moment of your visit is filled with unforgettable experiences in this remote and pristine wilderness.

BOATS

Description

The boats at Rapid Lake Lodge are not just vessels; they are your gateway to exploring the mesmerizing waters of Ungava Bay and its surrounding rivers and lakes. Designed for northern waters, our boats are equipped with the latest navigation technology, including sonar and GPS, ensuring safe and efficient travel even in challenging conditions like fog. Safety is paramount, and our boats are equipped with distress rockets and tools for protection against polar bears, ensuring your well-being during your adventures. Whether you’re venturing out to fish, explore ice packs, or simply cruise along the scenic coast, our well-maintained boats and experienced guides guarantee that your waterborne experiences are both safe and unforgettable, allowing you to fully embrace the wonders of this remote and stunning landscape.

Details

Bathroom:

n/a

Heated cabins:

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Travel Planner

Travel destination:

The last significant city or town before the final leg of the journey to the lodge. If you are flying, this is where you'll fly to.

Kangiqsualujjuaq – Georges River Airport, Quebec

Transportation to/from the lodge and here is included in all packages.
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Details

Planning a trip to Rapid Lake Lodge is your gateway to adventure in Nunavik’s stunning wilderness. Begin by choosing your preferred season, typically from June to September, when fish species like Arctic Char, Sea Trout, and Atlantic Salmon are abundant. Next, secure a reservation at the lodge, keeping in mind the need for experienced guides who’ll ensure your safety and memorable experiences. Be prepared for a flexible schedule influenced by tides and nature’s rhythm, offering unique opportunities for photography and exploration. With a focus on sustainable practices, respect for the Inuit culture, and a commitment to environmental responsibility, your journey promises an unforgettable encounter with this remote corner of the world.

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