Officialmonttremblant.com provides information on the Tremblant activities such as how to get a Tremblant fishing licence in Quebec. Staying in Tremblant allows you to practice a wide variety of activities, including fishing on the many lakes and rivers nearby provided you have a fishing license. You must carry the licence when you are fishing and you must have photo ID to confirm your identity.
If you hold a fishing license in Quebec, your spouse and children under 18 residing at the same address can fish without a license but are subject to catch limits set by local authorities. License holders are authorized to fish a maximum of 2 lake trout, 10 speckled trout and 5 trout of all kinds, 2 salmon, 6 bass, 6 pike, 2 musk and 50 perch. These catches will be perfect for a good dinner in your chalet in Tremblant.
There are a total of 29 fishing zones in Quebec, including 4 in the Mont-Tremblant region. Each of these areas has slightly different regulations. To find out which area you are fishing in, visit the official government website. Anglers should be aware that fishing at Tremblant is strictly regulated and begins annually, seasonally, by species, applied to all areas: