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

Ready to land the biggest brook trout left on earth?

For nearly 40 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

It is here that the Coopers – Jack, Lorraine, Robin – operate the beautiful and rustic Anne Marie Lodge which has been called “the most spectacular fishing lodge in Eastern Canada.” Nestled safely away from noise and traffic deep in the woods of Labrador, Anne Marie Lodge boasts all of the comforts of home in a relaxing and welcoming environment.

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 website,
or call and chat with the Coopers directly:
877-266-7377

Greatest Brook Trout Known to Man

This summer we left Norway with our tails wagging for Labrador, Canada en route to Lake Minipi and Coopers´Minipi Lodges. Minipi is well-known to possess some of the greatest Brook Trout known to man.
— Lotte Aulom (reelgirl-flyfishing)

From Our Blog

Big Brook Trout Reign : the season so far

Here are some images given to us by guests at Anne Marie and Minipi Lodge, and enjoy a few snippets from our catch log (keeping in mind we only record catch over three pounds!).
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Remembering Dr. Gibson

DR. ROBERT JOHN GIBSON Any number of you will have crossed paths with Dr. John Gibson over the years during your trips to the Minipi.  John came several times with Dr. Richard Haedrich and worked tirelessly here, and behind the scenes in Newfoundland on all of the fishery research over the years.  Jack and...
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