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Top Rated Manitoba Walleye Fishing
The 67-kilometre long Lake of the Prairies is ideal for fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, and is rated as one of Manitoba's top trophy fishery for walleye, northern pike, perch, carp, sucker, rock bass, and the occasional mooneye and goldeye. For more quality fishing variety, cast your line into the Blue Lakes, Child’s Lake or Wellman Lake in Duck Mountain Provincial Park, where you can catch trophy small mouth bass, and lake, brook and rainbow trout.

Wet and Wild
Whether you are looking to hit the beach all day to catch rays or boat all day making wakes, Roblin's unique geographical location in the Parkland area provides residents and visitors with ample choice of some of the best beach and recreation lakes Manitoba has to offer. Provincial Park lakes like Child's, Wellman, Madge and East Blue lakes are awesome beach and swimming lakes for a day with family and friends. They're also great lakes for canoeing, kayaking, tubing, water skiing and wakeboarding - and even scuba diving!

East Goose Lake
Roblin
204-937-8333  ext. 221
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11 electrically serviced sites, free firewood, brand new shower and washroom facility, all overlooking East Goose Lake, one of the many trout fishing lakes Roblin has to offer.

Ricker's Campground
Lake of the Prairies
204-937-2716
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Asessippi Beach
Inglis, MB
888-482-2267
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Pyott's West
Lake of the Prairies
204-564-2308
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Singush Lake
Duck Mountain, MB
888-482-2267 

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