The Cascapedia River source is two streams in the Shick Shock Mountains in Quebec, Canada, with its mouth in the Chaleur Bay. This river is 87 miles long, and it flows through the Cascapedia-St. Jules Valley. The Cascapedia River is most famous for its world-class Atlantic salmon fishing. The Cascapedia River Museum (located in Cascapedia-St. Jules) was founded on the local artifacts related to the fishing culture surrounding the Cascapedia-St. Jules Valley. The museum displays artifacts related to the river’s history and exhibits related to the fishing culture that permeates the region. One example is the exhibit on Princess Louise, a famous Cascapedia River angler, artist, and granddaughter of Queen Victoria. The museum also contains the Atlantic Salmon Interpretation Center, which teaches visitors about the lives of salmon.