LIVE THE LABRADOR EXPERIENCE
We fish the world for fresh and saltwater species and recognize the tremendous value of this Labrador resource as well as the soul enriching benefits that are fostered at this wilderness paradise. This river had been practically exclusive from 1964-2010. Considerable investment in conservation and science along with plenty of patience has increased Atlantic salmon returns fourfold since acquiring the Hunt River Lodge in 2010.
Hunt River Lodge showcases the extraordinary beauty of the remote northern Labrador wilderness, world class angling and fine cuisine. Located on an island at the mouth of the river, Hunt River Lodge is amongst the finest remote retreats to nature in North America.
16 km of river is accessible from the lodge via river canoes. The lower section from the Lodge to First Falls hosts 8 pools and the upper section above First Falls to Hunt Lake hosts 21 identified pools.
Science & Conservation
A catch and release policy was introduced on the Hunt River upon the commencement of the 2012 angling season. In 2014 Atlantic Rivers and LOOP entered into a collaboration with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans to conduct baseline migration, redd densities, rearing habitat, and catch & release studies.
Hunt River Lodge is located in northeastern Labrador Canada, approximately 246 kilometers north of the nearest paved commercial airport of Goose Bay (YYR). The Inuit village of Hopedale (YHO) is 31 kilometers to the southeast and has a 750 meter gravel airstrip.