Listed below are the best fishing lakes near St-André-de-Madawaska. Our fishing community has rated these lakes as having the best fishing via their submitted fishing reports. To find more detailed information click on the lakes name. The lake page contains a fishing map with catch photos, fishing spots and other nearby features as well as fishing reports and general information about the lake.
St-André-de-Madawaska is a small town in Saint-André County New Brunswick, Canada. Visiting and local anglers will have no trouble finding a place to fish near St-André-de-Madawaska. Within 50 km there are 105 lakes including Lac Castonguay, Lac Castonquay, Lac à Minet, Mud Lake, Martin Lake, Deer Lake, Big Black Brook Lake, Little Black Brook Lake, Pierce Lake and Ryan Brook Lake. For those anglers preferring to fish in rivers, creeks and streams, they will find the area around St-André-de-Madawaska offers about 746 options within 50 km. Some of these rivers are Black Brook, Ruisseau Desjardins, Dead Brook, Deadwater Brook, Page Brook, Powers Creek, Donat Brook, Poitras Brook, Powers Brook and Boney Brook.