Over the past few weeks at Anne Marie Lake the evening fishing has been spectacular with rising trout in every cove. With fish up to 8 pounds sipping green drakes until the moon rises and dark settles on the hills around Loverboy, Petches Pond, West Bay and Man O’ War Key. While the wind has reached gusts of 50 to 70 km/h in recent weeks, it calmed off after supper allowing clients to enjoy the sight of rising fish! Evening fishing in stream areas such as The Pantry has also been productive, giving up a fish of 7 pounds caught Continue Reading
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!).
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