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Quebec Outfitters Camp, Season 5, Episode 63, Camp Louis Joliet

For the eleventh episode of the season, the expert guides of Camp Louis Jolliet welcome us to the ancestral home of the Cree nation, in the James Bay region of Quebec. At the mouth of the mighty Rupert River, we swing our flies to entice lunker brook trout before turning our attention to the superb walleye these mythic waters hold!


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The Quebec Outfitters Camp is back for a fifth straight season. For us, it continues to be a source of immense pleasure and pride to share the spectacular scenes we’ve gathered during our travels across Quebec. From the lands of the Cree nation in the James Bay region to the barren northern landscapes of Nunavik, from southern Québec to Anticosti Island, witness Quebec’s natural and animal marvels in all their majesty along with the courage of the people who devote their lives to protecting and showcasing them.

Join us for all the hunting and fishing you can handle, and for landscapes that will take your breath away. And it’s all made possible through the generosity of Quebec outfitters, the hard work of the Camp team and the limitless bounty of Mother Nature. So get comfortable and prepare for adventure!