Ungava, Labrador

Shot on summer 2014, the movie presents a 10-day expedition with the Hooké tribe. In the most northern parts of Quebec and Labrador, the team flew over mountain ranges, falls and canyons in search of atlantic salmons and arctic chars. The final result is a yet to be released 30-minute film presenting the best fly-fishing action, breathtaking landscapes of Ungava Bay and high quality aerial footage from the Torngats mountain range and the polar bear country.


the hooké tour

The Hooké Tour presented the full-lenght Ungava movie around the province of Quebec. From Sherbrooke to Moncton, through Quebec City, Montreal, Granby, Saguenay and Shawinigan, the tour has been full of great encounters and memorable moments. Thanks to everybody who came to see us along our way and to those who made the adventure possible, the FQSA, Simms, Hardy, and Gaspé Fly.

sold out in quebec city

Here’s the video recap of the IF4 projection in our hometown, Quebec City. Thanks to everybody who came by to meet us and see the movie! Stay tuned for the online release of the film.

Our Fly Fishing adventure Film in the IF4 Festival

Our production Hooké Ungava: An Expedition to No Man’s Land was the first Quebec movie nominated for the IF4 international festival North American tour. The International Fly-Fishing Film Festival (IF4), is a large-scale festival in the outdoor industry. Aboard the festival, the original version of the movie was presented in more than forty destinations through United-States and Canada.

Helen Falls
Featured Lodge

Located on the George River, Helen Falls is a three-mile long stretch of rapids and chutes considered as one of the world’s top three salmon fishing sites.

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