Nova Scotia offers wonderful fishing
opportunities. Both the mainland and Cape Breton Island are known
for interesting fishing, sightseeing, and family vacations. The sportfisher
will enjoy the bountiful yet under utilized provincial resources.
in Nova Scotia is truly spectacular with countless options to choose
from. The province is almost completely surrounded by the
sea and is covered by freshwater. With 4,625 miles of coastline, over
5,400 freshwater lakes and countless numbers of rivers, streams and
brooks there is no shortage of places to wet a line. The
crystal clear waters boast a variety of species to test your skills.
can fish for salmon, speckled trout and tuna in the nearby waters.
charter a boat and cast your line into the deep blue waters off the
coast of Nova Scotia for cod, mackerel, flounder and herring. In many
locations along the Island's shores, boat captains are up before dawn
preparing lines for the many sport fishers who will venture out onto
the sea that day.
resorts, inns, family resorts, cottages, and fishing lodges, are available
in price ranges to suit every budget.
It can be a great way for a family to spend their vacation time together.
can view individual fishing Lodges & Resorts in Nova Scotia below.
Annapolis Valley - Nova Scotia
Our beautifully crafted, waterfront cabin is the perfect getaway. High on the bank of the Sissiboo River, Martin's Sissiboo Hideaway offers everything you expect from a luxury vacation rental. Enjoy the open pit barbecue with family and friends, the serenity of an early morning paddle on the river or the complete relaxation found in a good book in front the beach-stone fireplace - it's all here for the taking!
Open 12 months of the year our post and beam cottage is just a short drive from the Digby Ferry and about a two and half hour drive from Halifax. Martin's Sissiboo Hideaway, is surrounded by pristine woods, walking trails and lush hardwood growths. It is a great vacation destination and a convenient home base for the active outdoor enthusiast. Reservations are recommended. Book now for best availability.
Queens County - Nova Scotia
A short walk to Ponhook Lake, a 30 minute drive to Kejimkujik National Park, Ponhook Cottage is the perfect getaway. Hunters, anglers and nature enthusiasts will enjoy the solitude of the rural location and rustic charm of this cozy vacation rental. Open all year around, Ponhook Cottage can just as easily accommodate a family on vacation or a group of deer hunters, as several university students on a research project. It is not four star accommodation and was never meant to be. It is a quiet, clean, comfortable place to enjoy the great outdoors and all it offers.
Call owner Les Armstrong today. He would be more than happy to answer any number of questions you might have about Ponhook Cottage, the nearby lake and the importance of the region to hunters, anglers, birders, paddlers and a host of other outdoor enthusiasts.
Breton - Nova Scotia
Lodge in Cape Breton offers you everything you need
for an interesting vacation : Our Lodge consists of
a total of 30 double-rooms and 2 large suites which
can be found in four different ground level units.-
Dining Plan & Restaurant
Anglers fondest dreams become reality in the sparkling
pools of the Margaree for Atlantic Salmon, Speckled
Trout and Rainbow Trout. An unforgettable experience
is a day of fishing in one of the remote lakes in the
Highlands for speckled trout you may be lucky and see
a moose. We also offer this tour with an exciting stay
over in a camp. Or.. come deep sea fishing on our 30
ft. fully equipped chaters for Mackerel, Cod, Hake,
Pollack, Catfish, Blue - Mako - or Porbeagel Shark.
Shore - Nova Scotia
Osprey Shores Resort on Nova Scotia’s scenic Marine Drive blends exceptional recreational activities with an enjoyable golf course and the amenities of an historic seaside village. Osprey Shores beautiful vistas make it a special place for a golf tournament, wedding, corporate retreat or family reunion, or romantic getaway.
Osprey Shores Family Inn provides 10 affordable newly renovated guest rooms on the resort grounds with a complimentary continental breakfast.
Osprey Shores provides exceptional recreational activities for families. Reel in some fishing at on one of our renowned salmon and trout fishing rivers and lakes, swim in our outdoor pool, hike the most eastern point of mainland Canada, catch some waves at our beaches, bicycle our trails, moor your boat in sheltered Mussel Cove, or watch for birds in our beautiful nature areas.
Shore - Nova Scotia
It's a pleasant drive down the Clyde River Road. The
river, on the right, like the tree-lined, country road,
twists and turns at every bend. In the fall, the hardwood
trees along the the riverbank are a burst of colour.
There are seven cottages nestled among the hardwood
trees (four two-bedroom and three single-bedroom), each
on their own lot for added privacy.. Each 'housekeeping'
unit has everything you need for a family vacation.
Guests have free access to our fleet of canoes, pedal
boats and bicycles.
guests wishing to fish or hunt, Clyde River Cottages
offers free advice on bass, brown and speckled trout
fishing, Atlantic salmon fly fishing and the
best deer and upland bird hunting destinations in the
region. The river continues to attract fishermen, hunters
and canoeing enthusiasts from many parts of North America
and beyond. And
there are many other things to enjoy locally as well.
- Minas Basin
Escape to your own cozy log chalet, nestled in a tranquil
hardwood stand on a private lake. For total seclusion just
five minutes from the Trans Canada highway and eight minutes
from downtown Truro, Nova Scotia. A year round family retreat
offering one and two bedroom log chalets furnished with
country decor, a fully equipped kitchen, full bath, and
a wood stove.
In the summer, bring your bucket for berry picking and your
fishing pole to catch supper in the stocked pond, complete
with covered bridge. Visit the Demonstration Forest on site
to learn about trees and vegetation. Descriptive signs and
literature make the demonstration forest an enjoyable, educational
3 minutes to the Bay of Fundy to see the famed Tidal Bore
or go river rafting. Eight minutes away is Truro with malls,
museums, Victoria Park and the International Tulip Festival
Shore - Nova Scotia
Welcome to historic DesBarres Manor Inn, your Nova Scotia luxury inn by the sea. Come learn about our Inn’s rich history, savour our fine dining, relax in luxurious guest accommodations.
Our rich history and the uncompromising natural surroundings provide you with an extensive range of touring opportunities including historical tours, golf, sea kayaking, salmon and trout fishing, hiking, cycling, beachcombing and birding.
Blessed with an abundance of lakes and rivers, the area around DesBarres Manor is a paradise for trout and salmon anglers from spring through to fall.