Something weird happened while trying to reply, so if it double posts, it's an accident. Anyways, you may be disapointed in that area because theres tons of roads. They are not maintained roads though, but are on crown land (no cops). We basically ride the roads and search thru side trails. You cant drive more than 1 or 2 minutes before finding a trail. Those trails are there because they usually lead to a lake or swamp. For DIRECTIONS, get to lac cayamant. When travelling thru town (going north) just past the liquor store, go left towards Depot-De-L'aigle. About 8 kilometers in, there's a left turn to dumont. It's clearly marked, cause so many people go there. once on that road, you will travel about 18 kms. Again, it's marked (dumont will be on the right). If you go straight, it brings you thru trails to the towm of otter lake (about 35kms from there. If you don't turn to dumont on the main road, you will travel about 22 kms, and hit ZEC pontiac. 8$ fee to pass thru. A little more to rough camp, or 125 a night to rent a cabin. If you got thru zec pontiac, it brings you thru roads and trails to Fort-coulonge (about 100 kms).. Those are rough trails, although marked. From fort coulonge you can goet to jim's lake rd. It's rough, but trucks get thru. If you travel the jim's for 108 kms you take a left and in another 54 kms straight down that you are in Rapides-Des- Joachims. look up Lac Dumont on google earth. most main roads are clearly visible. These are logging roads, abandoned 10 years ago. most hunters have used them to put trailers on, and have made smaller trails off of them to lakes. Aboslutely TONS of fishing there. tons of fun as well. Most of the fun comes from meeting other people from other places doing the same as you are. Dumont is the main attraction there if you want to relax, fish, get drunk, Or ride around. Hope this helps!