NON-RESIDENT Clientele in Canada
Please advise 15 days before arrival for availability.
- We can either pick you up at the Montréal or Québec
or Chicoutimi (Bagotville) Airport
– Hotel reservations
– Car, 4X4 , Pick Up , etc. rental
- Transport from Québec US$300 or Chicoutimi US$135 for
1 to 4 people to the outfitter.
· MOTOQUAD (ATV) (Quad) US$100/day
· Complete fishing equipment with lures US$15 /day
· Maximum US$50 by stay
· Equipments for spinning and fly fishing
· Bait (worm) : US$4.50 for 25 worms
· For other needs, please specify.
Appeal if contention: Clauparo Outfitter is member of the Quebec
Outfitter Federation (QOF).
If any contention, which has never occurred, the decision would
be made by the Federation for reimbursement or other.
Health and Security
An infirmary with 2 ambulances is located at the centre of the
outfitter (at Sablon Camp).
What to bring
Comfortable and warm clothes for the chilly evenings, boots, raincoat,
first aid kit, insect repellent, cooler, fishing rod, landing
net and basket, beach towel etc. Towels, pillowcases and sleeping
bags are necessary if not included in the package you bought.
And of course, all the food you need if you did not choose the
Don’t forget to bring films, batteries etc. Write the serial
numbers of your binoculars, telescopes, weapons, cameras, etc.
for insurance and customs proposes.
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· Baggage Information - AIR
Dangerous Goods -
- Hunting rifles and shotguns are accepted as checked baggage
only, nand must be unloaded.
- Firearms must be inhibited from being fired by using a secure,
locking ndevice on the weapon.
- Firearms must be packaged in a specially designed, opaque
case that ncan’t be easily
broken during the transport.
- Before Air Canada accepts the firearm, you must sign a declaration
nform attesting the weapon is
unloaded as well as a limited release nform.
- Ammunition is only accepted in checked baggage and must
be packed nseparately from the
- Ammunition allowance is limited to 5 kg (11 lb.) per passenger.
- Only shells or cartridges are acceptable types of ammunition.
- Gunpowder and gunpowder pellets are strictly prohibited.
- Ammunition must be packed securely in a strong container
of wood, nmetal or cardboard
marked "ammunition" , or in the original inner ncarton.
- To avoid shock movement, the carton must be placed inside
a suitcase and protected by clothing.
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Rules in QUEBEC
- Firearms (obligation to wear the safety vest), crossbow
· FIREARM :
nAs a non-resident, two options
are offered to conform to requirements nrelated
to the licence and registration.
- First Option : Declared Firearms
You can declare the firearms you bring, you need to present
the Form (CAFC
Firearm Declaration", unsigned, triplicate, to a
customs officer at your first point of entry into Canada.
To accelerate the processus at the first point of entry, fill
out the declaration form in advance but WAIT UNTIL YOU ARE
IN FRONT OF THE CUSTOMS OFFICER TO SIGN IT, because your signature
must only be attested in front of the officer. The cost to
obtain a testified declaration is CA$25.
· Second Option : Firearms borrowed
You don’t need a licence if you are under the immediate
and direct supervision of an adult owner of the licence (our
guide who comes with you). If not, you’ll need the following
licence proposed by us:
Sponsor= the one who lends his arm.
A valid non-resident temporary borrowing licence for non-restricted
CAFC 715). Fill out the form (your part) and send it to
Provide us with the necessary information at least 60 days
prior to your trip: Name, address + Form indicating you have
no criminal record.
We can take care of all the procedures in Canada and Quebec.
Which include: Submit and get prior approval by the Province
of Quebec Firearms Controlor the form ‘’Request
for temporary borrowed firearms licence (for non-resident)’’(CAFC
QUEBEC Firearms Controller
1 800 731-4000
(for Canada and United-States)
(for all other country except Canada and USA)
Sûreté du Québec
1681, rue Parthenais
Montréal (Qc) H2K 4S8
Phone : (514) 598-4584
Fax : (514) 596-3571
With the temporary borrowing firearms licence, you are authorized
to only borrow firearms with no restrictions and only for
the following purposes:
· Go hunting under the supervision of an outfitter
who organizes hunting activities in Canada.
For more information
- Web site of :
– HUNTING –MOOSE
It is allowed to kill, within the same year, one moose by two
hunters for all the zones where the moose hunting is allowed.
At the Outfitter Clauparo, the limit is one moose by group of
three, four or five hunters participating at the same excursion.
If a group has 6 hunters, the limit is then one moose by 3 hunters.
Male, female and calf in 2011
Male and calf in 2012
Male, female and calf in 2013
– HUNTING –BEAR
In Quebec, a hunter can kill one black bear per year from May
15, 2013. At Clauparo’s, the black bear hunting is allowed
from June 8 to June 30, 2013.
CITES Exporting licence for a
black bear hunting trophy.
The black bear and wolf are cited in the Convention on International
Trade in endangered species of wild fauna and Flora (CITES),
these animals, their parts and derivatives or products obtained
from such species, exported out of Canada, must be accompanied
by a CITES exporting licence for the entry to be permitted in
the importing country.
For more information regarding the CITES licence, please go
on this WebSite: http://www.cites.ec.gc.ca/PDF/application_hunting_trophy.pdf
However, the CITES licence is not required for residents of
Canada or USA who themselves export from Canada or import to
Canada, in their personal baggage, a black bear that is the
result of their own hunting activities, provided that this bear
or its parts is in a fresh, frozen or salted state. If the bear
or its part have been naturalized, tanned or otherwise preserved
or transported by a person other than the hunter who killed
it, a CITES licence is required.
– HUNTING –SMALL GAME
Sport Hunting Periods for Small Game
· Snowshoe Hare:
From September 18, 2010 to Mars 31 2011 and from September 17,
2011 to Mars 31 2012. Obligation to wear the safety vest before
December 1st except if with neck snare.
From October 18, 2010 to March 31 2011 and from October 18,
2011 to March 31 2012. Obligation to wear the safety vest before
Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse, Sharp-Tailed grouse: From September
18, 2010 to January 15, 2011 and from September 17, 2011 to
January 15, 2012. Obligation to wear the safety vest before
· Northern Leopard Frog, Green Frog and Bullfrog: From
July 15, 2010 to November 15, 2010 and from July 15, 2011 to
November 15, 2011.
Tools : Walk-in
trap, barrier, dart, dip net, trap, hook, with hands, from July
15 to November 15, 2008.
Some small game species are exposed to catch and possession
limits. Therefore, for all the ruffed grouses, spruce grouses
and gray partridges, the catch limit is maximum 5 per day and
the possession limit is 15. For all the grouses species, the
catch limit is 10 per day and the possession limit is maximum
30. At Clauparo’s, the catch limit for snowshoe hare is
maximum 5 per day.
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The non-resident must have a Quebec Sport Fishing Licence to
fish anywhere in Quebec.
Where can I get this licence?
The sport fishing licence is sold by authorized licence distributors.
These are usually sporting goods, hardware or convenience stores.
Clauparo Outfitter and the Martin-Valin ZEC sell the licence
at the gate at the beginning of the logging road.
Who can fish with my licence?
Your spouse and children under 18 years old, and also all the
people under 18 years old fishing under your supervision or
your spouse’s can fish under your licence.
How many fish can be caught and kept if many people fish with
the same and unique licence?
The maximum of fish caught and kept the same day must not exceed
20 trout per licence.
FISHING Main Rules
April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012
Cost for Non-Resident Sport Fishing:
For 1 days….. CAN $12.49
For 3 days….. CAN $27.52
For 7 days….. CAN $42.31
Over 7 days……CAN $63.21
Fishing Periods-Brook Trout
From MAy to September 2011
At Clauparo’s, from May 25 to September 12, 2011
Catch limits: 20 trout/day and by fishing trip/licence [Total
Daily Catch Limits
The daily catch limit includes the caught and kept fish. The
released fish don’t count in the catch limit. The owner
of the licence must include in its limit all the fish caught
and kept by all the people using his licence. This limit also
includes the fish caught and eaten the same day.
Possession Limits (per fishing
The authorized possession limit in a zone, for sport fishing,
is the daily catch limit forecast for this species in this zone:
20 trout. Under no circumstances, no one can exceed the catch
limit established in Quebec: 20 brook trout.
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On request, TRAPPING Initiation with guide (Price on request)
SEASON : FALL/WINTER
The most frequent species: Weasel, Beaver, Squirrel, Wolf, Otter,
Lynx, Marten, Skunk, Fox, Mink.
Regulation: north of the outfitter (zone 50), south of the outfitter
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