Off the End of the Warf
Fishing for Cunnors
- 50 Canadian dollars$50
- Main Road
Every person who grew up in Newfoundland has likely cast a hook of a wharf, dock, or rocky shoreline to catch one of the many species of saltwater fish that live close to shore. But the most well know is the cunnor. Though they look somewhat like a bass or sunfish they ate actually a member of the wrasse family. They are plentiful, interesting looking, grow from six to twenty inches, and make for a very memorable fishing experience. If you want to have a little more insight in to what it is like to grow up in outport Newfoundland this is the hands-on experience for you. This is the definition of an authentic experience! Duration: 2 hours Recommended Gear: Waterproof boots, rain gear, hat, sun block, sun glasses, insect repellent. Light snack provided. All fishing gear provided but you are welcome to use your own as well.
For cancellations, Please contact us at least 24 hours in advance to avoid being charged. Due to weather conditions adventures may be cancelled at short notice by guide. Full refund will be provided if guide and client can not reschedule.
46 Main Road, Hare Bay, NL A0G 2P0, Canada