Newfoundland Fishing Lodge
Your fishing accommodation is located at the heart of where nature, history and culture connect, it’s your home away from home.
The lodge owner takes pride in introducing you to our region….historic fishing villages, world-famous cultural attractions and many natural wonders. Coastal waters are home to numerous species of whales, an annual parade of 10,000-year-old icebergs and millions of seabirds. This area is renowned for its abundant populations of moose, caribou and black bear, as well as rivers that teem with Atlantic Salmon and trout.
Rustic luxury accommodations
We are pleased to offer lovely rustic, Scandinavian style accommodations in the heart of the Newfoundland wilderness, coupled with some of the highest quality outdoor experiences in Atlantic Canada.
The people at this lodge put a lot of effort to awaken a person’s interest in the whole of nature and wildlife in perfect harmony with fly fishing. It is the experience of all that surrounds you and everything that transpires in that environment.
Accommodations & Meals
Main Lodge: This warm and cozy two-story cedar lodge is very nice and is a bed-and-breakfast during the spring and summer months. There are 8 private bedrooms in the main lodge each with TV. There are 4 “quiet rooms” (no TV) in the original A-frame fishing lodge just a few steps from the main lodge. Each room is unique and either configured with two queen beds, one queen and one twin, or two twin beds. The beds are quality spring mattresses with quality linens and duvets. All rooms have private en suite bathrooms.
There are comfortable seating areas with large leather chairs and couches to relax and tell stories at the end of the day in front of a warm fire or watch something on the big flat screen satellite TV. There is a nice sauna located a few steps out the door with a beautiful view of the lake. The lodge has high speed wireless internet and good cell service.
The separate dining room is another gathering place for guests to enjoy delicious homemade meals and tasty desserts.
Season: June – early September
The Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland has some of the world’s finest fishing rivers with species such as Brook Trout, Arctic Char, and Atlantic Salmon (being the main catches).
A typical salmon fishing season will begin as the salmon return to our rivers in late June and run until early September. During these months, our rivers are literally teeming with salmon. The lodge provides the best platform from which to put your angling skills to the test, putting you, our guest at the heart of the action.
Our guides are avid fishermen who are keen to show you the best fishing spots and to assist in landing that salmon. Guests at Tuckamore Lodge have a superb record of successful fishing trips. If you’d prefer to catch and release, the guides of the lodge can assist with the correct handling of the fish to ensure its safe return to the water.
The lodge is situated in Main Brook on the Northern Peninsula – the number one salmon and trout fishing destination in Newfoundland.
We are pleased to offer you luxury first-class, Scandinavian style accommodations in the heart of the Newfoundland wilderness, coupled with some of the highest quality outdoor experiences in Atlantic Canada.
The lodge is situated on the banks of Tuckamore Pond, fringed by a spruce forest which is home to a variety of animals both large and small. From the extensive decks in front of the lodge, enjoy the morning song of birds, the frantic activity of squirrels, and maybe observe a moose or two grazing on the fresh green grass.
We take pride in introducing you to our region….historic fishing villages, world-famous cultural attractions and many natural wonders. Our coastal waters are home to numerous species of whales, an annual parade of 10,000-year-old icebergs and millions of seabirds. Our area is renowned for its abundant populations of moose, caribou and black bear, as well as rivers that teem with Atlantic Salmon and trout.
Main Brook is a hub for exploring the heritage trails this area has to offer including the famous Viking Trail which is the largest themed highway in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Grenfell Trail follows the footsteps of Sir Wilfred Grenfell, a medical doctor who had a major impact on the people of Northern Newfoundland, and Labrador. The French Shore connects several coastal communities through the intriguing history of the European fishing crews who braved the North Atlantic waters each spring, to harvest the plentiful cod here.
Length of Stay / Itinerary
Numerous packages are available for dedicated anglers and/or combination fishing/eco vacations. 7 night/6 day trips.
Travel Details & Location
The lodge is located 2.2 kms from the village of Main Brook and a twenty-minute drive from the St. Anthony airport. Flights from Boston, New York, Toronto, Montreal, and Halifax can be arranged by your travel agent or by lodge staff. Ground transportation to and from the airport is included in the weekly rate.
Please read the information about Air Canada at the bottom of this page regarding firearms.
If you wish to enjoy a scenic drive, Marine Atlantic provides year-round vehicle and passenger ferry service between North Sydney, Nova Scotia and Port aux Basques, Newfoundland. Ferry reservations are required. The approximate travel time from Port aux Basques to the lodge is 6-7 hours
Felonies & Misdemeanors – NOTICE!
Canada is tough on anyone with misdemeanor or felony records including DUI’s. If your guests have any kind of record they need to check to be sure Canada will allow them in. Check out this website for more information http://bordercrossing
Internet & Communications
The lodge has high speed wireless internet and good cell service.
There is spotty cell service from the cabin during the day and service is better at night. The best cell service is when you are up top on the hunting area during the day.
There is no satellite phone at the cabin since there is cell service.
Trip Insurance & Cancellation Info
Trip insurance is highly recommended to protect your investment on this trip. We will assist you with trip insurance upon booking. See links at the bottom of this page for the two providers we suggest for our clients.
Family Expeditions, LLC confirmation and refund policy:
If your trip is more than 90 days out from date of departure, a 50% non-refundable deposit confirms your reservation and must be received within 10 days of booking to confirm your dates. All trips must be paid in full at least 90 days prior to the departure date. If your trip date is within 90 days, FULL payment for the trip is required. All payments to Family Expeditions are non-refundable. Should you need to reschedule or cancel your trip, we will do everything in our power to assist you in finding a suitable substitute or transferring your dates per the lodge/providers/government requirements. Trip insurance protects your investment!