Manitoba's 100,000 lakes cover a large portion of the province with
clear, fresh water. In addition the thousands of miles of rivers, and
streams are home to productive fish habitat.
During your Manitoba fishing adventure you can explore back country
trails, unspoiled wilderness, pristine lakes, and wide open spaces.
Imagine and enjoy the peaceful solitude of fishing for walleye
or trout at sunrise on any one of Manitoba's thousands of lakes.
Your Manitoba Fishing Guide
you’re fishing walleye, lake trout, speckled trout, Northern
pike, catfish, or one of the many other species that populate the
lakes, rivers and streams of Manitoba, excitement
and anticipation are part of every fishing experience. Manitoba's
progressive fish management, strong conservation, and a selective
harvest program keeps it a world leader in recreational sport fishing.
Surrounded by sweeping clear-blue skies and pristine wilderness, anglers
test their skills, savour a shore lunch and return home with a catch.
Check out the great Manitoba fishing info available
for your trip preparation.
In Manitoba the fishing can be as close or as far as your imagination
takes you. Access is by automobile, float plane, boat or paddle in.
You can rough it or be pampered in the lap of luxury as you enjoy
all that Manitoba has to offer. Thanks to Manitoba's
outstanding outfitters, you can easily make your dreams of a fishing
adventure come true. From the most luxurious accommodation to the
most rustic outposts or camp with packages that can include meals,
transportation by float plane, guiding, and equipment there is an
adventure to meet every budget.
hooks must be used in Manitoba and make for easy release of fish and
minimize injury. The province of Manitoba is a strong proponent of
catch and release, and catch to eat fishing. Using fishing resources
with care and respect will guarantee world-class angling adventures
for future generations.
Manitoba is a great place for a family fishing vacation. With the
abundance of species available, children don't have to wait long for
a fish. Provincial parks, campgrounds, and resorts are seldom far
from great fishing. Tourist outfitters and resort operators are happy
to tailor their packages for families who all love to fish.