The Gourmet Fisherman

The Gourmet Fisherman

The gourmet fisherman package includes:

  • A room in one of our lodges with bedding and view of the lake.
  • 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches at the Shore Lunch, 2 gourmet dinners.
  • A glass of wine and an appetizer on the first evening upon arrival at the dining room.
  • Guides present all over the site to give you advice on the best fishing methods and fishing spots, while letting you fish at your own rhythm.
  • The right to fish at the time of arrival until the morning of the last day of the stay.
  • Life jackets.
  • Boat, engine and gas.
  • Fish gutting.
  • Lunches cooked on the grill by our chef at the Shore Lunch*.
  • Smoking of fish in our Grizzly-Triton smokehouse.
  • Fish preparation including ice for transport.

2 nights

With the gourmet fisherman package, you can enjoy both brook trout fishing and the exquisite cuisine of La Seigneurie’s Chef

Price per person for a 2-night stay, double occupancy.

May 12 to June 18 and from August 28 to September 24 2023

  • $910 for a COZY room
  • $850 for a RUSTIC room

June 19 to August 27 2023

  • $800 for a COZY room
  • $740 for a RUSTIC room

Earliest arrival scheduled for the 4:00 p.m. boat and latest departure scheduled at 3:30 p.m. Taxes are not included and gratuity is at your own discretion.

Treat yourself to a cozy suite at the Club House: $ 100 per night surcharge

Treat yourself to a cozy room at the Faunique with private balcony and lake view: $ 75 per night 

Treat yourself to a Lake view or a King size bed : $ 40 per night surcharge

TREAT YOURSELF with the 130th Triton Fish and Game Club anniversary Pack

A book on the history of the private clubs in Quebec, 2 Club Triton beers and bocks,  and 4 smoked trout, ideal for 2 persons at a cost of 130$ surcharge.

Taxes are not included and gratuity is at your own discretion.

For your safety and comfort:

  • It’s your responsibility to wear your life jacket at all times during water activities.
  • Children must wear a life jacket that corresponds to their respective size and weight.
  • It’s your duty to keep children under parental supervision.
  • Swimming is at your own risk.
  • Campfires are permitted in designated areas, except when the fire index is too high.
  • All cameras and electronic devices should be protected in waterproof cases. If you don’t have one, it’s best to leave your devices in your room. If you wish to bring them on a water excursion, you do so at your own risk. La Seigneurie du Triton cannot be held responsible for material damages in case of contact with water.
  • It’s important to wear proper footwear on paths with natural obstacles such as rocks, branches, roots, water holes and mud.
  • During the mosquito season, it’s preferable to wear long, light clothing and use insect repellent, preferably bought in Quebec for better efficiency.
  • You must be in possession of your valid Quebec fishing licence at all times (if needed, you can purchase one on site).
  • For any motorboat operator, the proper licence is required.
  • The government’s fishing quota must be respected: a daily limit of 10 brook trout (speckled trout), including caught and kept fish. Released fish are not considered within the catch limit, so ask our team to learn about the proper release methods. To meet this limit, a licence holder must count the fish caught and kept by all people fishing under his or her licence. This limit also includes fish caught and consumed during the day.
  • The use of dead or living baitfish is prohibited on the Triton territory.
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