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At 30 inches and 11 pounds, Jon (PA, USA) caught and released one of our biggest walleye in 2015.– Lake Hebert, June 2015
At 30 inches and 11 pounds, Jon (PA, USA) caught and released one of our biggest walleye in 2015.– Lake Hebert, June 2015
Mid summer offers the best chances for larger walleyes on Gouin Reservoir.  Jean-Michel (QC, CANADA) happy with a 9-lbs walleye! – Plamondon Bay, July 2015
Philippe (QC, CANADA) with a 42’’ pike released in September. Early fall is an excellent time for trophy pike fishing – Lake Charlotte, September 2015
Early in season Gouin Reservoir is the place to capture monster pike.  François (QC, CANADA) holds our 2015 record at 47 inches and 27 lbs – Mattawa Bay, May 2015
Bigger walleyes bite well in August. Pierre and his friends (QC, CANADA) released trophy fish:  28 in-8 lbs, 25½ in-6 lbs, 24 in-5 lbs, 3 more 22½ in-4lbs and 6 over 3 lbs - Lake Hebert, August 2015
Under the sun without bugs and catching fat and healthy walleyes!  That is the kind of experience the month of July and August will provide.  Peter (NY, USA), can testify. – Mattawa Bay, August 2015
A regular customer for over 20 years, Clark (PA, USA), with another close-to-30” and 9 pounder from our
That's what Gouin fishing is all about: lots of walleye and trophy pike. Way to go J.B. (PA, USA)! Byt the way, the pike doesn’t look so big in his hands, but is still 45” and 25 lbs…– West Saraana Bay, June 2015
Gouin Reservoir is the best place to catch and release a trophy pike, specially in the weed beds behind our cabins.  Here is Dewayne party (PA, USA) with a nice one! – East Saraana Bay, July 2015