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March 31st, 2015 | 0 comments

Shorelunch: Buffalo Burbot Bites

2 medium to large burbot fillets, cut into nuggets 1 cup Original Shorelunch½ cup milk½ hot sauce½ cup ranch dressingcilantro or green onionscanola oil for fryingHeat canola oil to 375F in a deep pan. Dip nuggets into milk then dredge in Shorelunch. Fry for three to four minutes or until golden...

March 31st, 2015 | 0 comments

Meet Your Species: Burbot

And the prize for Manitoba’s ugliest fish goes to...technically, they’re burbot. But they can also be called mariah, lawyers or coney-fish. Down in Minnesota, they go by the name eelpout. Even if anglers can’t agree on a single name, they all agree that this is one ugly fish. It’s been described as...

March 31st, 2015 | 0 comments

The Exclusive East: Where, When and How to Catch

Species: Pike, Sturgeon, Lake Trout, Walleye Season: June to September Best For: The quintessential fly-in lodge experience and really big fishHere you’ll find the quiet wilderness of the northern Canadian Shield, where dense forests cloak the secrets of the waterways—and there are many waterways....

February 9th, 2015 | 0 comments

Record-breaking Walleye caught at Sasaginnigak Lodge

We all know the excitement of that first bite on your line, but nothing is more exciting than reeling in a big catch, secretly hoping for a Master Angler fish! Many people become Master Anglers every year in Manitoba, some many times over. Sasaginnigak Lodge had the thrill in 2014 of having...

February 6th, 2015 | 0 comments

Hardwater Heaven: When, where and how to catch fish through the ice

Manitoba is blessed with countless regions, each that provide an opportunity to catch fish. Let’s take a look at hardwater opportunities in the southern reaches of the province.Species: Walleye (Greenback phase), Sauger, Northern PikeSeason: January to MarchBest for: Easily accessible ice...

February 6th, 2015 | 0 comments

Tale of the Greenbacks

Every year an unusual phenomenon happens on Lake Winnipeg. Among the golden walleye, a significant number of the species sporting a shocking green shade start showing up. We asked Lake Winnipeg hardwater guide Jason Hamilton—who also happens to be a biologist—of Jason Hamilton Outdoors what’s going...