Spectacular dry fly fishing for Atlantic salmon in Labrador.
Hunt River is gently flowing with periodic slides and riffles that hold salmon. Depending on the pool location angling can either be from shore, wading or from a river canoe. The entire river is only 16 km long with a series of waterfalls at three locations. The river is divided into two section, the lower section is from the Lodge to First Falls which hosts 8 pools and the upper section is from above First Falls to Hunt Lake which hosts 29 identified pools.
- Cast – Chris Verbiski & Friends
- Production – Yngve Ask
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