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Wide Open Spaces – Minipi from the Artist’s persepctive

Well known painter, carver and guide Perry Munro describes Minipi as the ideal place for ‘journey people.’ Our web manager interviewed Munro after his stay at Anne Marie Lodge and learned about what entices him to paint the scenes of Minipi. What first brought you to Minipi? I had no idea what I was first getting into. It was back in the mid 80s, I came up as part of a learning experience on availability of product for a company. I came up and fell in love with the place, been here pretty well off and on ever since. Do you Continue Reading

Nine Minipi Locations You Should Focus On This Year

Lover Boy at Anne Marie Lake

Lover Boy at Anne Marie Lake1. Lover Boy – The narrowing or river section between Anne Marie and Burnt Lake. One of our most popular fishing areas. Fish start congregating here in July and continue through spawning.  Most of the fishing through Lover Boy is done wading. 2. Bathtub – A gentle rapids leading to outlet of Anne Marie Lake. A great evening fishing location.  3. Petch’s Pond – A shallow lake that warms up first so we get the first hatches of the season here. Mostly dry fly-fishing at this time. 4. Lavoie House – Named after Dr. Mark Lavoie, after he Continue Reading

Minipi Guides Report – August 2015

wildlife collage

With summer on its last legs, you might think the opportunities for fishing at Minipi are over. Think again. Now is the time to see brookies and char in their spawning regalia, and according to Nick Karas author of Brook Trout, brook trout in their spawning colors are the “world’s most beautiful fish.” For those of us who have witnessed this transformation we would have to agree. Except for the latter part of August, those crazy weather patterns continued from July with wind speeds of more than 50kms or 30 miles per hour and higher. The soaring temperatures as of Continue Reading

Minipi Guides Report – July 2015

Fishing picked up during the first two weeks of July around Petches, Bear Island, Idiot Point and The Outlet. The Outlet deserves honourable mention, because unlike over the past few years of landed fish, this year has produced several brookies weighing three pounds or more worthy of entering in the daily entry log book. Lee Wulff in 1969 along with friends saw a few dimples and swirls in the Outlet after landing his floatplane and went on to hook a few nice Brookies in that area. So is it safe to assume that the Outlet is returning to the glory of Continue Reading

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