Useful information

You would like to plan a stay at Québec Azimut Outfitters or are about to visit us? Here’s some information and practical advice to help you prepare for your getaway. We hope to see you soon!

How to get to the outfitter?

By train

Did you know that the ViaRail train passes right next to the outfitter? Take the easy way to your vacation and enjoy the scenery. Several stops from Montreal, in direction of Senneterre. You’ll stop at the Duplessis station to begin your stay with us, which promises to be a memorable one!

Please note that the outfitter is not responsible for schedules, which are subject to change.


By car

Prefer to be in control of your schedule? Don’t worry, Route 155 to La Tuque promises unforgettable scenery. The road to the outfitter is also accessible to small cars. We recommend being careful on forest roads.

Cottage amenities


Good to know

All our cottages are located at or near the shore and are equipped with shower and toilet, hot water, toilet paper, dishes, refrigerator, BBQ, wood stove and firewood. You'll find a 14-foot rowboat and gasoline-powered motor directly at your dock.

To guarantee our guests a comfortable stay, our rental cottages are equipped with basic amenities. Some of this equipment is free, while others can be rented or purchased. You can access a full list of recommended equipment, preferred baits, boat use rules and catch and possession limits in our technical data sheet. Please note that our rental cottages are easily accessible by car.

  • Shower and toilet
  • Fridge with freezer
  • Conventional oven
  • Wood-burning stove
  • Outdoor BBQ (propane gas supplied)
  • Couches
  • Dishes: cutlery, utensils, pots and pans
  • Kettle, drainer, cutting board
  • Dishwashing sponge and soap
  • Hand soap
  • Garbage bags
  • Firewood
  • Mattresses
  • Toilet paper
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Fly swatter

All you need to bring is your bedding, personal belongings, food, drinking water and personal life jackets. Packages do not include gasoline, ice, worms, fishing lures or hunting and fishing licenses.

Free wifi available directly at our inn.


Please note that the site has no electricity, but the stove, fridge and water heater are powered by propane gas, while the interior lights and water pump are powered by solar panels.

It’s important to keep a window open at all times and ensure that gas taps are closed when not in use, as many appliances run on propane gas.

In addition, the gas fridge thermostat is fragile, so we recommend that you keep it separate from your drinks to keep your food cool.

We recommend that you take along a cooler with ice or reusable ice bags to keep your beer supplies cold, especially if you’re planning to party for several days.

Water quality

The water in our cottages is not potable, but is suitable for washing up, rinsing and showering.


The environment is important to us, which is why we ask all customers to return their waste to the designated areas: reception or sanitary depot. Thank you for your cooperation.

Hunting policies

Wildlife is our greatest asset, and we take it very seriously. That’s why we recommend that you shoot on target to avoid injuring animals. If an animal is wounded and not found, your hunt will stop immediately until the outfitter decides otherwise. Game must be registered at the main lodge.

It is strictly forbidden to shoot :

  • Cow moose;
  • Calf moose;
  • Male moose aged 1 and a half years (male with pallet aged 2.5 years minimum).

Any hunter who kills a moose in any of the above categories will automatically be assessed a penalty of $2,000.00. The objective of this policy is to maximize the possibility of harvesting a mature moose year after year.

For bear hunting, it is strictly forbidden to shoot a female with cubs of the year or aged less than 1 1/2 years. A fine of $1,000 will be imposed for non-compliance with this clause.

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