Coopers Minipi Lodges-Labrador's Best Fly Fishing for Brook Trout

Ready to land the biggest brook trout left on earth?

For over 36 years Coopers’ Minipi Lodges has lured anglers, photographers, and adventure travellers from around the world. Today, Minipi is one of the last places on earth where trophy brook trout – 5, 6, 7, 8 pounders — plus Arctic char and great northern pike can still be caught on the dry fly.

The perfect wilderness retreat for a gathering of family, friends or corporate colleagues

The Coopers – Jack, Lorraine, Robin – operate three Minipi lodges in this uninhabited wilderness. Each offers a different type of fly fishing adventure, from rustic to the spacious new Anne Marie lodge that has been called “the most spectacular fishing lodge in Eastern Canada.”

Guides, gear, home-cooked feasts, favorite drinks – it’s all provided

Our guides are the best in the business, highly trained and certified.  Minipi Outfitters even sells and rents fly fishing gear for your stay – perfect if you’ve never fished before or want to travel light.

To learn more, explore our web site,
or, call and chat with the Coopers directly:
877-266-7377

From Our Blog

Fly Lines for Minipi

Much of the fishing at Minipi calls for using large, bushy dries, bombers, deer hair bugs, and weighted muddler minnows. Wind can also add to your casting problems. I avoid long, delicately or gradually tapered lines. They often have names that belie their design. Standard weight forwards work fine, but one line I rely...
Continue Reading

Lee Wulff’s Labrador Streamer

In 1976 at the ripe old age of 22 I attended a Trout Unlimited banquet in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where Lee Wulff was the guest speaker.  At that banquet Lee showed a film called “Three Trout to Dream About,” which was filmed in Labrador. After seeing that film, I knew that one day I...
Continue Reading

Back to Top