Due to too many equipment breakdowns on the return of the rental, we stopped renting fish finders.
No, it is the water from the lake which is not drinkable. You either need to bring your own drinkable water or a filter. If you advise us a week before we can deliver a 5 gallons of water before your arrival which is either $20 or $30 depending on where you are going. However we do cook with the water from the lake (boil potatoes, pasta or vegies).
N.B. : At Sauterelle, there is a natural water source near the cabins where you can fill your bottles.
From Clova the limit weight is 110 pounds per person. If you have an overload we do charge per pounds. It is $0.50/pound if you are going to Gouin Reservoir or $1/pound if you go to Lake Hebert. For overload of 500 pound and more livery is guaranty before the end of the next day otherwise it will be flight permetting, but we will do our very best to accommodate you.
From Ste-Anne-du-Lac, the weight is limitted at 1200 pounds passenger and luggage if you travel in a Beaver and at 600 pounds if you travel in a Cessna.
Our cabins are all equipped on propane : fridge, cooler, stove and lamps. The kitchen is enterely equipped (pots and pans).
You can bring a boat seat when you go fishing on Gouin Reservoir, we do recommand the ones you can fold-down. To be safe, we suggest you also bring a seat clamp.
Note that at Lake Hebert, Charlotte, Angèle and Sauterelle the boat seats are included in your package and already on spot.
No. It is strictly forbidden to fish with minnows alive or dead. You can only use nightcrawlers or leeches.
Lake Hebert : 4 walleyes and 4 pikes within the slot limit per licenses.
Lake Charlotte and Angèle : None - It is only catch and release lakes, but you can eat some on the spot.
Gouin Reservoir : 8 walleyes and 10 pikes within the slot limit per licenses.
Lake Sauterelle : 10 brook trout per licenses.
No, it is prohibited to fish with two rods. You can have more than one rod in the boat, but they can't be in the water at the same time.