... ip-report/. In the 1827 map Partie de la Nouvelle Bretagne. I keep saying every time I read one of these that should get this from the bucket list to reality.,,, ... 07&t=41426, Canoeing Lake Nipigon From Windigo Bay To Echo Rock, Broadback River (James Bay Highway to Waskaganish), 4 lake chain (Krooked, Sakwite, Crackshot, Whitewater), It is currently November 26th, 2020, 6:20 am. This four map series covers the entire area from Lake Nipigon to Nipigon Bay at 1:225000 scale. ), look for Ospreys, Eagles, Kingfishers, Loons. If the wind blows things can get nasty in a hurry. This map was created by a user. It is the 32nd largest lake in the world by area. Lake Nipigon, located one hour's drive east of Thunder Bay, is the largest inland lake contained entirely in Ontario, measuring roughly 100 by 70 km (62 by 43 miles). One of my fishing buddies is a crazy flyfisherman and hire Ian, the Pasha lake guide for a day on Nipigon. He has fished some pretty incredible lakes and caught some behemoth pike, all while taking really good photos and writing in-depth journals/reports. Lake Nipigon consists of 2802 miles 2 (4510 km 2) of pristine water and dotted with hundreds of islands. A fourth map – Nipigon River Detailed fishing map is 1:100000 scale of only the Nipigon River from Nipigon Bay to Pine Portage Dam. By 1883, maps such as Statistical & General Map of Canada by Letts, Son & Co., consistently began identify the lake as Lake Nipigon. Although economic deposits have yet to be found, 1.53 billion-year-old anorogenic granites within the Lake Nipigon area potentially contain yttrium, zirconium, rare earth elements and tin mineralization. We’ve spotted some giants, upper 40- 50 inch class fish, that nearly leave a guy speechless when you get close to them in shallow water. Sorry if that came off as like a one-upper type thing, not my intention at all! Lake Nipigon No Main Entrance - general location of park Latitude: 49.48373342 Longitude:-88.13258418 It brings me back to the early 70’s when we used to go out of MacDiarmit then boat to the bay near the outlet and stay in an old loggers shack. Yep, those pike is shallow water sure got him going. He visited the village of the Nipissing Indians who had fled there during the Iroquois onslaught of 1649-50. In the Nipigon River, under the bridge and just downstream (upstream is the famed fish sanctuary – Gapen’s Pool) provides excellent Lake Trout and whatever fishing in spring and fall, you never know what you may catch. It has a recorded depth of 450 feet (137 … Viewing 30 posts - 1 through 30 (of 30 total), WTS Piscifun Carbon X 2000 reels w extra spools, Garmin Livescope IceFishing Bundle Battery, Helix ice 7 chirp GPS G3 vs Helix ice 7 chirp GPS G3N, In-Depth Outdoors On Location – Fox River. Anyone looking to try out the pike fishing on Nipigon, or any of the smaller surrounding lakes, give Chad a holler. You can also contact Paul through his teaching site. [7][9], As the last Ice Age was ending, Lake Nipigon was, at times, part of the drainage path for Lake Agassiz.[10]. For me, the less social media I consume the happier and healthier I feel. Our last trip we averaged 45 gallons/day. With a little luck I’m hoping to add a fall trip yet this year to go back to chase these pike and make a serious attempt at figuring out the huge lakers. Look for minnows jumping out of the water. I will see if i still have it however i suspect it may be faded out. I think your thinking of one of the Lake Superior rivers that Paul Mason did. Fishing Lake Trout on world famous Lake Nipigon for the 2012 Lake Nipigon Trout Hunt. I was 16 and the guys I went with were focused on bringing back the biggest northerns to show off to the guys in town. One technique question – can you share how you find “pikey” spots and locate fish in a giant lake like that? Just old fashioned scouting and hard work. Water travel between Lake Nipigon and Lake Superior is impossible because of the existence of three dams that effectively hinders navigation. In 1683 Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut established a fur trading post on Lake Nipigon named Fort la Tourette after his brother, Claude Greysolon, Sieur de la Tourette. We were also up at Pasha lake the same week as James. The Alexis Hubert Jaillot map of 1685 (Partie de la Nouvelle-France)[11] suggests that this fort was somewhere in Ombabika Bay at the northeast end of the lake where the Ombabika River and Little Jackfish River (Kabasakkandagaming) empty. Not much different than what we did last week on Rainy except we know the lake and the maps are decent. Brock University Map Library) This post, like most of the western French posts, was closed in 1696 by order of the king, when, due to a surplus of beaver belts, the system of trading permits established in 1681 was abolished.[12]. It’s fun to see that the old methods still work. Hey James, how much do you keep up with other online fishing…’personalities’? Fishing; Nipigon Marina; Trails; Historical Walking Tour; Rendezvous Cross Country Ski Trails; Annual Events . Nipigon looks awesome, but man that big water would scare the crap out of me. Copyright © 2007-2020 CCR Inc. All rights reserved. Hey James, I’m not sure if I love or hate these posts. Another branch of the CNR touches the southeastern section of the lake at Orient Bay and Macdiarmid before heading inland to Beardmore.

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