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November 15th, 2017

Early Birds on Early Ice

November is an angling transition month in Manitoba. Open water trips are numbered as the month goes on, with every excursion possibly the last of the season. Ice fishing season enticingly looms on the horizon as frosty mornings become more frequent. Overnight freezing temperatures, for those...
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November 15th, 2017

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'12 Months of Master Angler' October Contest Winner

'12 Months of Master Angler' October Contest Winner! Congratulations Cameron Dubell, your photo has been chosen as the winner of the October 'Greenback Walleye' edition of the contest.  You have won a $1000 gift card from Cabela's! Thank you to everyone who entered Master Angler greenback

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Giant Manitoba Pike on Tip-Ups - Jason Mitchell Outdoors

The adrenaline rush of sprinting across the ice to a freshly triggered tip-up flag is what keeps hard core northern pike anglers coming back for more. For many, setting baits under the hardwater and patiently waiting for the strike indicators to spring up is the type of angling they look forward to

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'12 Months of Master Angler' Contest - November

Cabela's Presents: '12 Months of Master Angler' November Contest We want to see your best catch! Submit any qualifying Master Angler species 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 Angler species

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Manitoba Hot Bite - Fall Walleyes on the Bloodvein River

Until a few years ago, this tributary of Lake Winnipeg was a fly-in destination only. The recent construction of a permanent gravel road that today reaches as far north as Berens River has created vehicle access to the Bloodvein River Lodge. Located just south of the Bloodvein First Nations Reserve

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Hunting for Canada Geese in Manitoba - Manitoba Master Hunter Minute

Late season honkers! Manitoba is no stranger to the constant streams of migrating geese that seasonally crowd the open skies. Nor is it unusual to observe a massive volume of greater and lesser Canada's invade the endless tracts of fields and wetlands throughout our provincial boundaries. It’s

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