Superior Country Blog

November 1st, 2016

Tying the Muddler Minnow with Dan Gapen

Video was shot on the banks of the Nipigon River during the 100th anniversary celebration of the World Record Brook Trout being caught at Nipigon Ontario.

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September 28th, 2016

Thunder Bay Geocaching

Thunder Bay is truly a wonderful part of the North of Superior Region. With our beautiful scenic look outs, and beaches in the summer, as well as our many parks and recreational trails.

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September 28th, 2016

Cross Country Skiing Greenstone

Quality of life is important to the residents of Greenstone as it is for a visitor which is why Greenstone is unique as it offers 2 Cross Country Ski Clubs within a 30 km distance.

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September 28th, 2016

A Canadian Tradition

When it comes to winter traditions and who we are as Canadians, ice fishing is part of our culture especially in Northwestern Ontario.

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September 28th, 2016

Greenstones four fish derbies

Are you looking to win $10,000 for finishing first, fishing one of the longest running derbies in Ontario, landing a 45lb Lake Trout, or hooking into a Smallmouth Bass? Greenstone is the place that can make it happen this summer.

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May 18th, 2016

Seek out the Parks Canada Red Chairs in the Lake Superior NMCA!

The Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area has installed two pairs of the Parks Canada Red Chairs in beautiful locations that allow you to connect with the lake, and enjoy the stunning views and landscapes at the Top of Lake Superior!

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May 18th, 2016

5 Ways To Explore The Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area This Summer

Some people may not be aware of the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area, or may have heard of it but aren’t quite sure what we do…Well I am going to tell you all about it!

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May 18th, 2016

St. Sylvester’s Church

St. Sylvester’s Church was built in 1877, as a Jesuit Mission. The first recorded burial was October 3rd 1880. The graveyard is adjacent to the church and people are still buried there to this day.

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May 18th, 2016

Nipigon River Brook Trout

July 21st , 2015 will mark a century since Dr. J. W. Cook caught the world record brook trout, in Ontario’s Nipigon River, one of the most notable of all freshwater fishing records. 

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