Fishing Calendar 2014

Anne Marie ~ Mid June 2014 to Mid July 2014

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Jun. 13th, 2014Jun. 20th, 2014Sold Out
Jun. 20th, 2014Jun. 27th, 2014Sold Out
Jun. 27th, 2014Jul. 4th, 2014Sold Out
Jul. 4th, 2014Jul. 11th, 2014Sold Out
Jul. 11th, 2014Jul. 18th, 2014Sold Out

Small may flies begin hatching early to mid June with starts off the most aggressive feeding brookies for the summer. The first hatches of may flies are usually extraordinary. The smaller streams, inlets and outlets of rivers are the prime fishing locations. June and July are generally warm and sunny, with long daylight hours, and we fish well into the evenings. This is also prime pike time for northern pike although they are caught in abundance throughout the summer. The small streams and grassy areas are pike heavens. Water is starts off as high and drops to medium by early July. Expect daytime average temperatures around 65-70 F and humidity approximately 80%.

Anne Marie ~ Mid July 2014 to Mid August 2014

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Jul. 18th, 2014Jul. 25th, 2014Sold Out
Jul. 25th, 2014Aug. 1st, 2014Sold Out
Aug. 1st, 2014Aug. 8th, 20144 spots
Aug. 8th, 2014Aug. 15th, 2014Sold Out

Early July to mid august is the prime dry fly fishing with incredibly prolific may fly hatches. The water at times is so loaded with flies that at times that your fly can be competing with a dozen Green Drakes within inches from your fly. Here quick and accurate casting is key and fly fishermen are fast to learn. This is most exciting brook trout fishing imaginable. Most of the fishing is concentrated around the inlets and outlets where the major hatches occur. As the water level drops the rivers get easier to wade and fish. Water levels usually medium and drop to low by mid-August. The average daily temperatures are 70F with 80% humidity.

Anne Marie ~ Mid August 2014 to Early September 2014

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Aug. 15th, 2014Aug. 22nd, 2014Sold Out
Aug. 22nd, 2014Aug. 29th, 2014Sold Out
Aug. 29th, 2014Sep. 5th, 2014Sold Out
Sep. 5th, 2014Sep. 12th, 20142 spots

This is the best of the river and stream fishing. When water conditions get low fish concentrate in pools and the runs.  There is still some dry fly fishing but with smaller flies 10 through 16+.   As the season progresses we fish more with bucktails & streamers and weighted flies.  The coloring of the brookies and landlocked Arctic char is now spectacular, and the weights are impressive as the fish have put on up to a pound over the summer. The fish feed a bit more sporadically but when they feed,  expect several hours of aggressive intense activity.   Daytime temperatures range from 55F to 66F and the nights are cool.

Minipi Lodge ~ Early June 2014 to Mid July 2014

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Jun. 13th, 2014Jun. 20th, 2014Sold Out
Jun. 20th, 2014Jun. 27th, 2014Sold Out
Jun. 27th, 2014Jul. 4th, 2014Sold Out
Jul. 4th, 2014Jul. 11th, 2014Sold Out

Small may flies begin hatching early to mid June with starts off the most aggressive feeding brookies for the summer. The first hatches of may flies are usually extraordinary. The smaller streams, inlets and outlets of rivers are the prime fishing locations. June and July are generally warm and sunny, with long daylight hours, and we fish well into the evenings. This is also prime pike time for northern pike although they are caught in abundance throughout the summer. The small streams and grassy areas are pike heavens. Water is starts off as high and drops to medium by early July. Expect daytime average temperatures around 65-70 F and humidity approximately 80%.

Minipi Lodge ~ Early July 2014 to Mid August 2014

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Jul. 11th, 2014Jul. 18th, 2014Sold Out
Jul. 18th, 2014Jul. 25th, 2014Sold Out
Jul. 25th, 2014Aug. 1st, 2014Sold Out
Aug. 1st, 2014Aug. 8th, 2014Sold Out
Aug. 8th, 2014Aug. 15th, 2014Sold Out

Early July to mid august is the prime dry fly fishing with incredibly prolific may fly hatches. The water at times is so loaded with flies that at times that your fly can be competing with a dozen Green Drakes within inches from your fly. Here quick and accurate casting is key and fly fishermen are fast to learn. This is most exciting brook trout fishing imaginable. Most of the fishing is concentrated around the inlets and outlets where the major hatches occur. As the water level drops the rivers get easier to wade and fish. Water levels usually medium and drop to low by mid-August. The average daily temperatures are 70F with 80% humidity.

Minipi Lodge ~ Mid August 2014 to Early September 2014

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Aug. 15th, 2014Aug. 22nd, 2014Sold Out
Aug. 22nd, 2014Aug. 29th, 2014Sold Out
Aug. 29th, 2014Sep. 5th, 2014Sold Out
Sep. 5th, 2014Sep. 12th, 2014Sold Out

This is the best of the river and stream fishing. When water conditions get low fish concentrate in pools and the runs. There is still some dry fly fishing but with smaller flies 10 through 16+. As the season progresses we fish more with bucktails & streamers and weighted flies. The coloring of the brookies and landlocked Arctic char is now spectacular, and the weights are impressive as the fish have put on up to a pound over the summer. The fish feed a bit more sporadically but when they feed, expect several hours of aggressive intense activity. Daytime temperatures range from 55F to 66F and the nights are cool.

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