Harrison's Island Lake Camps



Address:

Canada

New Brunswick

E7G3G1 NEW Brunswick, Oxbow, 1385 Route 385


Coordinates:

Latitude: 47.009636

Longitude: -67.302196


Administrator

Contact:

506-707-0273

506-356-5345

506-356-2362


Communication language

English


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Our camps at Island Lake are situated amongst some of the finest moose habitat anywhere in New Brunswick. With 25 years in the outfitting business combined with spending the entire summer right here at Island Lake,we offer the opportunity to share with our clients a knowledge of our Moose hunting area thats second to none;our location near the most remote boundary of WMZ 11 sees less hunting pressure than most other areas of New Brunswick.

 

 

.The New Brunswick Moose hunt runs the last three days of the last full week in September,this time of year generally coincides with the peak of the rut.We accept bookings for this hunt from non-resident hunters only.All lodging,meals,guide services and game preparation are included in this package.

 

At Island Lake Camps you will experience fishing for a rarity-True wild and native strain New Brunswick Brook Trout-Island Lake has never been stocked with strains from elsewhere hence the genetic makeup of our Brook Trout hasn't changed since the glaciers receded 10,000 years ago; natural selection has produced a hardy and unique subspecies that thrives in this unique and isolated ecosystem, in fact, Brook Trout are the only species of gamefish in Island Lake. There are no coarse fish species (chubs, suckers, perch etc.) competing with the native Brook Trout for food. The lake does however feature small  baitfish species which co exist and act as a food source for our wild trout.Numerous mayfly and caddis fly hatches also take place throughout the summer bringing the lake alive with rolling brookies.The lake is primarily spring-fed which is rare for a lake this size,with many of these springs percolating upwards from the lake bed,this, combined with the elevation of Island Lake ( 1500 feet above sea-level) keep water temperatures cool even throughout the "dog days" of August.In 2013 our August and September visitors had exceptional fishing with both flies and lures with many fishermen releasing 60 and some cases upwards of 80 trout a day,so while many anglers who fish elsewhere have put their trout fishing gear away by July our guests continue to enjoy a summer-long pursuit of them.Our lake also offers an attractive alternative to mid to late summer Salmon anglers who have been confronted with diminishing returns and river closures in recent years.

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