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Trophy brook trout weighing in at more than 10 pounds.
Newfoundland and Labrador is home to the best brook trout angling on the planet. It's the land of big fish – where anglers routinely catch and release two- to five-pound trout in search of a seven- or eight-pound trophies (or even larger in Labrador). They're wild and ready for a fight.
Trophy Brook Trout Outfitters
The key to an amazing and successful angling adventure in Newfoundland and Labrador is using an outfitter. Outfitters act as your main point of contact before and during your trip, so be prepared to make long-lasting memories – and friends.
Experienced, knowledgeable guides know all the secret spots and best flies to use, which means you're in for the angling vacation of a lifetime. And, chances are, you'll come away with the big one and even bigger memories.
Trophy Brook Trout OutfittersView All (51)
Ocean Side Country LodgeWestern Arm
Hinterland Outfitting Ltd. (Quiet Haven Lodge)Southwest Gander River
Victoria Outfitters & LodgeVictoria River (#5 Steady)
Snowshoe Lake LodgeSnowshoe Pond
Arluk Outfitters Ltd.Manville Lake
Young's Tourism & Fishing LodgeGrey River
Jack Hume Adventures Inc.Sims River
Northern Lights Adventures Ltd.Cat Arm Reservoir
Atlantic Rivers Outfitting Company Inc.St. Lewis River
Rules and Regulations
Non-residents are required to hire a guide or an outfitter to fish inland waters in Newfoundland and Labrador. After all, they know this place like the backs of their hands – and can show you where and how to land trophy fish.
Licence Requirements for Non-Residents
All non-residents of Newfoundland and Labrador require an angling licence. When using an outfitter, they will supply the licence as part of the package. When using a guide only, you may or may not have to get your own licence. Use the Angler's Guide for information on obtaining licences, scheduled rivers, daily and season bag limits, as well as other angling requirements.
Angling in National Parks
Special licences are required to fish inland waters in our National Parks. These may be obtained from park administrative offices. Anglers should check with park officials on regulations that apply within National Parks – Gros Morne National Park, Terra Nova National Park, and Torngat Mountains National Park.