When you visit Three Rivers Lodge, there are a few things that you need to know so you can prepare properly for your trip, e.g., nature of a typical day, weather, gear requirements, what you need to bring, et al. Please click on the pdf below to download such information about your stay in Labrador.
Travel to TRL through Wabush, NL
Commercial airlines will get you to Wabush, NL, the point where TRL staff will meet you at the airport and arrange for all transfers for you during your stay. Wabush is a small mining town in remote Labrador, hence commercial Canadian airlines make few flights in and out and they tend to be more expensive than US carrier fares. See travel details below.
Canada One, a travel agency in Canada, buys blocks of tickets from Air Canada for their sporting clients. Their prices from major US cities to Wabush and return are probably the best buy you will find. Please contact us for their 2017 fare schedule, then give them a call to arrange transportation to Wabush, NL.
At TRL, our visiting fly anglers fish miles of moving waters for brook trout and dozens of lakes and broad reaches for northern pike and lake trout. The map below shows the majority of our river system and many of the headwaters, feeder streams and major rapids where brook trout spend their summers.