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WELCOMES YOU TO THE ICE-FISHING VILLAGE OF STE-ANNE-DE-LA-PÉRADE, QUÉBEC, CANADA
GPS : 201 STE-ANNE, STE-ANNE-DE-LA-PÉRADE G0X 2J0

A unique ice-fishing site, located between Montreal and Quebec City, Canada

Office # 34   River Site Entry-point # 4

Our office on the river


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Postal address

Centre de pêche des Chenaux
120 Rue Ricard
Sainte-Anne-De-La-Perade, QC
G0X 2J0

GPS coordinates

201 rue Ste-Anne, STE-ANNE-DE-LA-PÉRADE G0X 2J0
(Coordinate of Ste-Anne's church, facing entry #4)


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Each of our cabins is impeccably clean and ready to use when you arrive. The fishing hole is cleared from ice and you're ready to catch a few ones as you make yourself at home.

 

Baits and wood for the stove are included in the fee.

Our on-site office is open 24/7 and there's always someone to answer you.

Any of our cabins may accommodate from 4 to 20 persons, for a total of 200 persons for the whole fishing site.

Make your reservation well in advance so you get the best location at our fishing site.

Since more than fifteen years, every year, thousand of visitors come to see this minor miracle happen : a whole village on ice seems to appear out of nowhere, out of winter's winds and snow.

Red, blue, yellow, green  cabins- more than 500  little houses  of every colors - make their appearance on the river. Meantime zillions of little tomcods show up on time for this festival of colors and light on ice.

At your service since three generations

Gérard Simard, one of the pioneers of Tomcod ice-fishing here in Ste-Anne de la Pérade, is the founder of our family business.

We invite you to a great outdoor adventure in a superb region of the province of Quebec, Canada.

Our ice-fishing village is located on the northern shore of the St-Lawrence River. Highway 40, exit 236, or on the old 132 road.

Fishing the 'poulamon'* at Ste-Anne de la Pérade

Our cabins are warm and comfortable, spacious  - wooden stoves for the old-fashioned and the designated cook, and electricity for the Hi-Fi. We do have a large parking area but  you may park your car outside the door of your cabin if you so wish, or real close; if you're with a bus or something big, we have plenty of parking space for it. And you're not stranded : there are nice bars and restos, and convenience stores (which we call 'dépanneurs' around here) all around the area, at a stone's throw. Do not hesitate to contact us for any information, whether you're a large group or couple friends. Have a nice stay at Ste-Anne, we're proud of our place.

*'Poulamon' ('poolamon') is one of the french-canadian names for the Tommycod.

Chez Simard ça mord !