A typical Quebec tradition, tomcod fishing or “pêche aux petits poissons des chenaux” is unique in the world. As soon as weather permits, a veritable village sets up camp on the ice-covered Sainte-Anne River. Join the 100,000 visitors that come every winter to fish from the comfortable, heated, furnished and lighted shelters. No need to be an expert in the field for a great catch; even children will catch something! A wide array of outdoor activities for the whole family awaits: performances by well-known artists, tramway rides, inflatable structures, pony carrousel, skating rinks and more. The Festival de la pêche aux petits poissons des chenaux looks forward to seeing you on the ice this winter for its 75th anniversary and, above all else, wishes you a great catch!
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