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It doesn't matter which direction you go - there are fish to be caught!


North, South, East, or West, there’s something for everyone


It doesn’t matter what corner of the province you decide to visit, Manitoba provides a variety of signature angling experiences. Te northern part of the province is home to some of the biggest northern trout, walleye, and arctic grayling found anywhere. Whether you’re a seasoned angler, a rec- reational angler, or someone who just loves the relaxation of fishing, there’s a chance to hook a “fish of a lifetime” every time you throw your line down the hole. On record, there have been almost 70 pike over 50 inches caught while the provincial record, catch-and-release pike mea- sured an amazing 60.5 inches. If trout fishing is more your style, you may want to visit the Parkland Region. Known for its abundance of fly-fishing locations in and around Riding Mountain Na- tional Park, netting yourself a massive trophy trout during your visit is never out of the question. If you tire of catch- ing trout (if that’s even possible), the pristine lakes are also known for being stocked full of walleye and northern pike.


Anglers have been flocking to the eastern section of Manitoba for many years to fish for slab crappie. Te east is so popular because of the many options it provides. With various drive-to and sled-to lakes such as Sailing, Big Whiteshell, and North Cross, the eastern part of Manitoba has become a favorite among hard-water an- glers. Don’t overlook the western part of the province. In be-


tween the rolling hills and vast prairie landscapes lie sev- eral trophy trout waters located in the Turtle Mountains. Lake Manitoba and the Red River highlight the south-


ern portion of the province where largemouth bass, yellow perch, common carp, and walleye are found. Double-digit walleye are regularly found in many areas in the south such as Lockport, Chalet Beach, Selkirk, and Balsam Bay. With so many locations within an hour of Winnipeg, there’s a good chance you’ll have success on your next ice fishing trip in the south. Manitoba lakes and rivers are some of the most breath- taking and beautiful in the world no matter what the sea- son. Tis winter, take some time to chill out on the lakes and rivers in Manitoba. You’ll be happy you did!


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Winter 2018 • 21


Photo by Scott Gardner.


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