They're all fly-in operations (floatplane and helicopter) out of Goose Bay. The season lasts barely 12 weeks, from mid-June to mid-September. Anglers are allowed to kill just one trophy trout a week-otherwise it's all catch-and-release, the way Wulff wanted it. Flyfishermen take trout after trout on Muddlers, Royal Wulffs, and deer-hair mice. Best of all, hatches of big mayflies occur regularly in the summer, and even the 8-pounders will readily slurp in a dry fly. Trophy-sized northern pike and Arctic char offer a change of pace.