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August 7th, 2017

'12 Months of Master Angler' July Contest Winner

Congratulations Matthew Gelley, your photo has been chosen as the winner of the July ‘12 Months of Master Angler’ Smallmouth Bass edition of the contest.  You have won a $1000 gift card from Cabela's! Thank you to everyone who entered Master Angler smallmouth bass catches in July. The...
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August 7th, 2017


'12 Months of Master Angler' Contest

Cabela's Presents: “12 Months of Master Angler” Contest We want to see your best catch. Submit any qualifying Master Angler common carp* caught in August for your chance to win a $1000 gift card from Cabela's.   Here's how to enter: Submit an action photo with your qualifying Master

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Wilderness Camping for Crappies in Whiteshell Provincial Park

Located in the southern part of Manitoba's Eastern Region is the Whiteshell Provincial Park.  Often described as an angler’s paradise, it is home to a wide variety of trophy-sized fish.  I spent three days fishing and camping in designated spots among the many islands throughout South

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Manitoba Hot Bite - Arm-Breaking Catfish Action

Many an angler has been known to throw in the towel early and call it a day after a few hours spent targeting channel catfish on the north Red River.  The reason isn’t a slow bite; in fact, it is the exact opposite.  People just plain tap out once they have battled and hauled in a

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Weekend Smallmouth Bassin' in the Nopiming

Manitoba offers a remarkable range of fish species that are easily accessible to target at drive-to destinations. Among this long list of places, some of the best are located in the ‘multi-species mecca that is the Eastern Region.  Nopiming Provincial Park located in this part of the

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Targeting Trophy Walleye in Northern Manitoba

Avid walleye anglers often say that there are not many things more exhilarating than the signature ‘thunk’ and deep head shakes of a huge walleye when it takes the hook.  There is also little doubt when your rod doubles over to almost as far as it can go that you have a tank hooked onto the

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