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Manitoba is host to a wide array of incredible angling opportunities, however we are probably best known for our trophy greenback walleye on Lake Winnipeg and arguably the greatest sport fishery on the planet with our world class channel catfish on the mighty Red River.   Sure it’s the greatest channel catfish fishery, but the [Read more…]

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Last Ice on Lake of the Woods — Pike, Burbot & more!

Bill Lindner and the crew hit Lake of the Woods last week for a LAST ICE smash fest for pike, tullibee and even some bonus burbot. Farewell, hardwater!     For more videos like this, Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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Manitoba Rainbow Trout

The months of March and April can often present opportunities to experience the best of ice fishing. Manitoba’s Northern Region is a prime example of those “best of” opportunities, offering a diverse selection of premier fisheries, and an extended angling season to pursue a variety of sought after species.   When it comes to stocked [Read more…]

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In the video above, Travis Sorokie breaks down his arsenal for watching walleyes on Pool 4 of the Mississippi River in Red Wing, Minnesota. Here’s a quick breakdown:   #1 – A spin jig tipped with a minnow   You’re going to catch a lot of fish with this rig, but it’s much better for [Read more…]

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Aaron Wiebe shows off a massive “Greenback” walleye caught on the Red River with a rattle bait. Greenback walleyes grow extremely large and are unique to Manitoba’s Lake Winnipeg and it’s tributaries.   For more information on fishing in Manitoba, visit huntfishmanitoba.ca

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Summer at the lake means family activities like fishing, swimming, boating, food and fun. Keep fishing tactics simple, focusing on biters like panfish and bass to ensure action and excitement.

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Top Trophy Panfish Destinations Across the Upper Midwest

Trophy panfish are widely available, although they don’t just grow big everywhere. Larger waters tend to produce the biggest perch, while smaller, off-the-beaten-path lakes tend to put up the largest bluegills. Crappies can achieve large size in numerous lakes as long as they’re not over-harvested; a common problem with panfish that catch-and-release and selective harvest [Read more…]

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