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Quai de Grande-Grave, Parc national Forillon. Photo : Tourisme Gaspésie

Wharves in Gaspésie

Fishing from the village wharf is a favourite activity among Gaspesians of all ages. Follow their lead: cast your line off the end of a wharf and take this opportunity to strike up conversations with the locals! Here is a list of the wharves in Gaspésie, which are perfect places to chat with people during your vacation in this region.

Photo : Tourisme Gaspésie
Sainte-FlavieGrande-ValléeChandler
Baie-des-SablesPetite-ValléeGrande-Rivière
MataneCloridormePort-Daniel-Gascons
CapucinsRivière-au-RenardShigawake
Cap-ChatGrande-GraveSaint-Godefroi
Sainte-Anne-des-MontsGaspé (Sandy Beach)Paspébiac
MarsouiSaint-Georges-de-MalbaieBonaventure
La MartrePercéNew Richmond
Mont-LouisL’Anse-à-BeaufilsCarleton-sur-Mer
Rivière-à-ClaudeSainte-Thérèse-de-Gaspé
Photo : Tourisme Gaspésie

Fishing from a wharf is free; it does not require the purchase of a provincial fishing licence. You will need to bring your own fishing gear as no rentals are available (except at the Grande-Grave wharf). It is strongly recommended that children wear a life jacket. It is your responsibility to be informed of the regulations in effect regarding the number of catches allowed per sector and the types of hooks you may use. Some species must be released. For more information, visit the Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs website.

To be in the loop, visit tourisme-gaspesie.com and plan your trip today! #gaspesie

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