“Nunavut is the largest and newest federal territory of Canada; it was separated officially from the Northwest Territories on April 1, 1999, via the Nunavut Act and the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act, though the actual boundaries had been established in 1993. The creation of Nunavut – meaning “our land” in Inuktitut – resulted in the first major change to Canada’s map since the incorporation of the new province of Newfoundland in 1949.”
The province is near 8% water and is found in the Arctic Archipelago, and includes most of the islands found in northern Canada. It encompasses the Northwest Passage, borders and the Beaufort Sea and Baffin Bay. Water is a heavy feature, and fishing, including Nunavut fishing charters and guides, are a big industry for the province. Most of the arctic type fish are found in the area, and other species make their way in depending on the icepack and time of year. Some of the fish found in Nunavut fishing are as follows:
Facts About Nunavut
There are many places to fish within Nunavut, such as Amadjuak Lake, Andrew Gordon Bay, Baralzon Lake, Daniel Moore Bay, Ennadai Lake, Hudson Bay, Keeka Lake, Maguse Lake, Mara River, Nueltin Lake, Repulse Bay, Thelon River, Victory Lake and many more. This provides you with various unique Nunavut fishing experience and a chance to catch a variety of fish, many of them quite large thanks to relatively uncrowded water sources.
Nunavut Fishing Guides know the area, including many of the awesome, secret, traditional fishing spots used by native peoples for generations. A Nunavut fishing charter can take you out into the deep waters of the surrounding bays and seas to provide you with true deep-water fishing experience. Nunavut Fishing isn’t well-known yet to the general population, just avid fishermen who know the quality and sizes of the catches available. Get in on the action before all the people start showing up.