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Fishing on Jackpine River

Canada, ON, Thunder Bay
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he Jackpine River is a pop-ular stream among anglers, supporting a healthy spring run of steelhead, which peaks between April and May, depending on the conditions, according to Kyle Rog-ers, management biologist for the Ontar-io Ministry of Natural Resources’ Upper Great Lakes Management Unit
Length:67[km]
Road Access:Much of the land surround-ing the Jackpine River is Crown land and open to the public. There are several access points on the west side of the river, down-stream of Hwy. 17 
Source :
Lattitude:49.2776107788086
Longitude:-87.8292388916016
Elevation:480[m]
Mouth :Lake Superior
Lattitude:48.9658622741699
Longitude:-88.0020599365234
Elevation:183[m]
Zone:9
City:Kama
Jackpine River
(C) Jackpine020
Fish Species  
 
Trout, Rainbow  Trout, Brook
Salmon, Pink  
   
 
Salmon, Coho  Smelt, Rainbow
TributaryLat/Lon | Connected  
 
Blair Creek49.0 -87.9  Source  
East Jackpine River49.2 -87.8  Source  
Lake Superior47.8 -89.3  Mouth  
Shark Lake49.1 -87.9  Linked  
Stein Lake49.2 -87.9  Linked  
TributaryLat/Lon | Connected  
 
Central Lake49.2 -87.9  Flow Throw  
Kilgour Creek49.2 -87.9  Source  
O'Keefe Lake49.2 -87.9  Flow Throw  
Sprucegum Creek49.1 -87.8  Source  
Topnot Creek49.1 -87.9  Source  
Close ByLat/Lon |    
 
Berryman Creek49.2 -87.9  5 km  
Berryman Lake49.2 -87.9  5 km  
Glacier Creek49.2 -87.8  1 km  
Landing Lake49.0 -87.9  1 km  
Topnot Lake49.1 -87.9  5 km  
Lakes and RiversLat/Lon |    
 
Candle Lake49.2 -87.8  5 km  
Goudy Lake49.1 -87.8  5 km  
Rim Lake49.3 -87.9  5 km  
Seahorse Creek49.2 -87.9  1 km  
Sprucegum Lake49.1 -87.8  1 km  

Last change: 2020-06-13