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Wallbrook NS B4P 2R3

Gaspereau River

Emptying into Minas Basin, the Gaspereau River is one of the first rivers you'll encounter when entering the valley, and is well known amongst those aiming to catch Striped Bass in its tidal waters. This river - along with Cornwallis, St. Croix and Kennetcook Rivers - are all heavily influenced by the tides, making them fantastic displays of the Bay of Fundy's significance on some of our watersheds in the province. Access all of these rivers, in addition to local shops, wineries, picturesque beaches and natural areas, in our beautiful valley.


Drawing of a Smallmouth Bass
Smallmouth Bass  |  Micropterus dolomieu
Drawing of a Striped Bass
Striped Bass  |  Morone saxatilis


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In certain parts of the Gaspereau River, there are seasonal closures and gear restrictions. For details, please review the Nova Scotia Anglers’ Handbook;

Anglers’ Handbook - Government of Nova Scotia