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.
Fly-Fishing Capital of Manitoba
Like Fly-Fishing? Then you’ve come to the right place. The Roblin area, with its abundance of small streams, rivers and lakes, is recognized as one of the world’s best areas for fly-fishing. Catches of brown and rainbow trout measuring up to 30 inches are not uncommon. Within Roblin, both West & East Goose Lakes provide trophy Rainbow and Brown Trout, and minutes north of Roblin is the Parkland Trout Triangle; Tees Lake, Persse Lake and Twin Lakes - home to trophy Tiger trout.