Comfortable rustic log cabins with wood stoves
Bed linen, pillows & pillow cases, face cloths an towels and fire wood supplied.
Dining room & Club house
Breakfast: 7:30 to 8:00 AM.
Lunch: 12:00 to 1:00 PM or shore lunch
Dinner: 6:00 PM
Outdoor toilets/ hot showers
Limited freezer space for the preservation of fish
Satellite telephone for emergencies
The Pyramid Mountain Camp is located in Nunavik ca. 1.400 km north of Montreal.
But It does'nt mean, it is much colder in summer.
When we are open in August and September you may experience sunny and warm, but not unpleasant hot days.
At the same time the thermometer can drop down significantly and a few windy and rainy days maybe excellent for fishing, but not for sensitive fisherman and -girls.
Experienced fly fishermen know what to bring, but check with our list before you forget something.
We simply don't want, that you overload yourself or an aircraft.
TODAYS WEATHER IN KUUJJUAQ ...
You can also check the weather at different places by taping or clicking
on meteoblue under the table above.
AND OVER THE YEAR
July is the warmest month in Kuujjuaq with 17.5 Celsius, followed by August with 15.3 and September with 12.8 Celsius average.
The precipitation is in summer slightly higher than in spring and fall.
Please consult graphic above.
Waterproof wading jacket
Waders and wading boots
Fly fishing vest
Waterproof back pack
Fishing jacket (down or fleece)
Rain suit (if no waders)
Knee high rubber boots (if no Waders)
Gloves Warm socks
Fishing gear (See equipment)
Warm fall type clothing
Rain gear and waterproof boots
Alcohol or tobacco if desired
Camera, Flash card, charger, spare batteries
Small flashlight & batteries
Lightweight cooler for transportation of fish
Remember to bring a medium weight sleeping bag.
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