TNFF crew travels to Labrador to fish for salmon on the legendary Lewis River, Labrador.
The St. Lewis River system remains relatively unknown as an Atlantic salmon angling destination. The federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans had classified it as an Unscheduled Salmon River until 2000; likely due to the remoteness, low angling pressure and limited information about the salmon runs. In 2001, it was designated as a Scheduled Salmon River in conjunction with the opening of the southern section of the Trans Labrador Highway.
A beautiful fishing destination, but not affordable to everybody : see the rates on the website.