In the heart of the game-rich boreal wilderness that lines the breathtaking North Shore of the St-Lawrence River, Mabec Outfitters awaits you. Our experienced staff will cater to your every fancy and strive to make your stay a memorable one. For your maximum enjoyment groups are limited to 12 guests at a time. Enjoy today the VIP treatment that has made Mabec Outfitters a standout in the field for over thirty years. Located 85 km (53 miles) north of Sept-Îles, and 900 km (560 miles) from Montreal, Mabec’s main lodge overlooks Lake Manitou that was named after the great spirit of the Amerindian peoples. More than 105 sq. km (52 sq. miles) of lakes, rivers, forested hills and mountains make this territory a paradise for giant brook trout fishermen and nature lovers.
Mabec Outfitters offers you 2 types of fishing trips of variable lengths in the heart of the Canadian Shield taiga. Book now! A piece of paradise is waiting for you.
We offer transportation by helicopter between Sept-Îles and the outfitter.
Use our prep list to help you not forget anything in your travel arrangements.
Our experienced guides are true fish magnets. Let them show you the way on waters with our American plan.
In both the American and the European plans, boat and fuel are provided. All that’s left for you to do is catch a trout!
Mabec offers the best of both worlds; the comfort of a cottage in the most peaceful wild setting.
After a successful day of fishing, catch up with friends over a good meal followed by a nightcap by the fireplace.
This is your odds ratio of taking back home a fish…
Our lakes are home to brook trout and Quebec giant red trout of 900 g (2 pounds) on average.
Book for 7 days and get 10% off!
We bet you won’t resist telling YOUR actual adventures at Mabec!
RIVIÈRE MANITOU | Saison après saison, les pêcheurs qui se rendent pêcher la truite mouchetée à la pourvoirie Mabec, sur la Côte-Nord, capturent toujours des truites mouchetées trophées. Pourquoi? Parce que la gestion de ce pourvoyeur est exemplaire.
Journal de Québec – Chasse & Pêche | 27 août 2014