Inuit-owned and operated, Johnny and Billy Cain Outfitters is located in the very heart of taiga and tundra wilderness on the Leaf River estuary. Stay with us for a memorable fishing adventure with comfy camp accommodation featuring showers and flushing toilets. In July and August, fish from boat or shore for Arctic char, salmon, and speckled trout. In September, catch migrating salmon and stay in our cabin accommodations. In the fall, winter, and spring, go hunting for rock and willow ptarmigan.
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Johnny and Billy Cain OutfittersTasiujaq, Quebec, J0M 1T0
617-253-6865 / 819-633-5498 Visit Website
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