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Fishing on Pukaskwa River

Canada, ON
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The river's name is said to come from the Ojibwa word "Pukasu", which refers to cooking the marrow in the bones of animals. The legend is that a native of the area is said to have killed his wife, burned the bones and thrown them into the river.
Road Access:Thunder Bay 
Source :Gibson Lake
Lattitude:48.1603012084961
Longitude:-85.7303009033203
District:Algoma
Mouth :Lake Superior
Lattitude:48.0037460327148
Longitude:-85.8923645019531
Elevation:183[m]
Zone:9
Location:Homer Township
District:Thunder Bay
Fish Species  
 
Pike, Northern  
   
 
Walleye  
TributaryLat/Lon | Connected  
 
Coronation Creek48.3 -85.3  Inflow  
Fox River48.3 -85.6  Inflow  
Lake Superior47.8 -89.3  Mouth  
Robin Creek45.7 -78.1  Inflow  
TributaryLat/Lon | Connected  
 
East Pukaskwa River48.0 -85.8  Inflow  
Gibson Lake48.3 -85.3  Source  
Perry Creek48.1 -85.8  Inflow  
Close ByLat/Lon |    
 
Depot Lake45.6 -78.0  5 km  
Kink Lake48.0 -85.8  5 km  
Nichols Lake48.2 -85.3  5 km  
Robin Lake45.7 -78.1  1 km  
Robin Lake45.7 -78.1  1 km  
Lakes and RiversLat/Lon |    
 
Bertha Lake48.1 -85.8  5 km  
Billy Lake45.6 -78.1  5 km  
Crotch Lake45.7 -78.1  1 km  
Perry Lake48.1 -85.8  5 km  
Shall Creek45.6 -78.1  5 km  

Last change: 2021-11-17