Fish at the rhythm of Ripplecove
The Eastern Townships are known for their natural beauty and abundance of outdoor activities, including fishing! Here at Ripplecove, fishing is part of the hotel’s heritage and history, having started operations in 1945 as a fishing lodge!
“Originally, it was the outfitter of Archibald and Elizabeth Stafford: we went to the ‘Cove’ to fish and party,” says the director of the establishment, Mamadou Sow. It was indeed the meeting place of the Townships’ elite, baited by rainbow trout, pike, yellow perch and a miraculous fishing story that promised catches of 30 pounds! A destination was born…
Fishing is our legacy
Indeed, originally Ripplecove was an outfitter. People came to fish and party. The lake was historically known to house species such as rainbow trout, pike, yellow perch. Of course, Lake Massawippi was also the mirror of fishing stories as we know them!
Want to take a fishing trip during your stay?
Fishing to the rhythm of Ripplecove
At Ripplecove, it’s possible to experience a memorable fishing excursion during your stay. Contact us at the link below for more information or to make a reservation.
*Reservations for fishing excursions must be made at least 7 days in advance.
Lake Massawippi is the lake that borders our wonderful site. It is known for its population of trout, pike, and yellow perch. It is possible to rent a boat.
The Tomifobia River
at 3 minutes from the hotel
The Tomifobia River is an 80 km river that crosses the region. It is known for its population of trout and pike. You can fish from the shore or hire a canoe or Kayak to explore the river.
at 18 minutes from the hotel
Lake Memphremagog is a 42 km lake located near Ayer’s Cliff. It is known for its population of trout, pike, and walleye.