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Gander River Adventure Tours - Newfoundland & Labrador's best kept secret!
Flowing into Gander Bay on Newfoundland & Labrador's Northeast Coast is the 37-mile long Gander River. Since 1991, the river's annual run of wild Atlantic salmon has increased steadily to over 25,000 fish - one of the most remarkable wildstock recoveries of the 20th century. And every one of those fish swims right by our door. During the main salmon run as many as 175 fish per hour leap right in front of our camp.
Our experienced guides will ferry you through the rattles and steadies to any of the pools within minutes of our camp. Cast your line on secluded waters. There are places here where the only other person you'll see is your guide.
The Camp and the People
We have been in the outfitting business since 1984 and have always strived for superior service and customer satisfaction. No one should ever promise a catch where wild fish are involved or promise that it won't rain and we advise you to be very cautious of anyone who does. What we do promise is to provide you with the opportunity to fish over more fish than you have probably seen in a very long time and to provide you with a rain suit that doesn't leak while you are doing it! And if you've never been to Newfoundland & Labrador Canada, you.ll find not just the fishing, but the wilderness and the people will keep you coming back too. At Gander River Outfitters, we consider quality and service to be conditions of doing business. We are sure you will enjoy the experience with us and we want you to tell others about it. We also hope that you will come back to see us again.
Whether you book by the day or the week, you'll find hearty home cooking and all the conveniences of home for up to 16 guests. That includes private bathrooms with showers, electricity, comfortable rooms, linen and towels, and wireless Internet service. Plus we've got a few things that are hard to find anywhere, like top notch service, a guest lounge over-looking Gander River, and some of the best salmon fishing in North America. Because of the increase in the number and size of the salmon in the river, you're more likely than ever to hook a salmon that will land you in our elite "20 pounds plus" club.
Because we are so close to the river, seniors and people with difficulty walking can still get in on the fishing action. Our facilities are also suitable for business meetings. Many guests have successfully combined sales meetings and incentive travel. We invite you to visit us and to have a rare and true adventure tour in beautiful, remote, Newfoundland & Labrador Canada. See you soon!