Tuckamore Lodge is located in the centre of a vast region of exceptional natural beauty. There are long stretches of sandy beach, rocky headlands that rise to incredible heights, and tiny outport communities tucked away in sheltered coves.
The countryside teems with wildlife. Majestic moose, herds of caribou, and huge black bears roam the area in great numbers. The rivers and streams are home to the Atlantic Salmon, and the lakes and ponds are filled with trout - from pan size to record size.
Southwest Pond, home to Tuckamore, is also home to several Bald Eagles, Loons and other birds of interest. Moose are plentiful and visit shores of the ponds almost daily. A quiet evening walk will take you past a beaver lodge or gentle river steady.
Arctic Char, Atlantic salmon, Brook trout
Guests at Tuckamore Lodge have the opportunity to put their angling skills to the test while they cast a line for Atlantic salmon, the king of sportsfish. With about ten to twelve thousand young Atlantic salmon returning to our rivers every year, Tuckamore Lodge will deliver many catches each day.
With the salmon fishing season running from the late days of June to the early days of September, there is plenty of time for Tuckamore's guests to score their big catch of the summer.
Our Atlantic salmon weigh on average six to ten pounds but there have been more and more trophy salmon caught each year. Along with Atlantic salmon, guests at Tuckamore Lodge have the opportunity to go fishing for Brook Trout and Arctic Char. Take your whole family down to our salmon rivers and have a shot at catc View more...hing the mighty Atlantic salmon!
Little pond, Main Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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