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About Three Rivers Lodge
Three Rivers Lodge (TRL) is a wilderness fly fishing camp located in the Labrador bush some 150 miles northeast of Labrador City and Wabush, twin mining towns in the southwest corner of Labrador. 
Our mission is to provide safe and comfortable access to the Labrador wilderness for our sporting guests.  
We offer fly anglers exclusive access to the remote, nutrient-rich streams, rapids and lakes of the Woods River system. We also guide unique angling treks into the Labrador interior. In the recent past, we have also guided a caribou hunt but the demise of the George River herd has caused the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador to temporarily suspend non-resident hunting activity.

Our main camps are on Crossroads Lake, a broad reach of the Woods river that gives us a nice spot to land the float plane, the only access to our waters. Most of our guests spend a night or two at our 5th Rapids outpost camp down river.  This camp provides comfortable accommodations for guests while they fish the middle section of the river.

In the menu above, a page called "The TRL Difference"
is worth the read as it defines our progress towards reaching our goal of becoming a first class angling destination. With twenty memorable seasons under our belts, the owners and staff of TRL are very proud of our success and the world-wide reputation derived from it.

Labrador remains wild country, at least for now.  With the manufacturing demands of the new global economy,
mineral-rich places like our wilderness are at risk.  Each year we see more exploration activity and I'm sure that Labrador will feel the creep of civilization sometime down the road.  If you cherish wild places, particularly those where rivers flow unsullied and cold water fishes thrive, you may want to move Labrador to the top of your bucket list.  The Labrador landscape offers formidable opposition to exploration with its hard granite surfaces and maze of waterways.  Hope is that she holds fast to her secrets and wild ways.  We die-hard fly anglers deserve such retreats.

We'd enjoy meeting you here!