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October 13th, 2018

Fall Lake Trout in the Northern Region

The Northern Region of Manitoba is a well-known hotbed for trophy lake trout. If you are looking to capitalize on a big fish hot bite up here, the time to go is now. The fall months offer a prime window of opportunity to hook into multiple world-class fish. These drive-to destinations for giant...
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October 13th, 2018

Red River

2017 KidFish Ice Fishing Derby

This year’s KidFish Ice derby will be held on January 8, 2017, at the Red River Float Plane Base, just a few minutes north of the town of Selkirk. With over $40,000 in prizes and giveaways, it should be hard for anyone to walk away empty handed. First 400 kids coming through will receive a brand

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BIG Cats and BIG Smiles

Ashley Rae of Ontario spent a couple of days on the Red River last month. Her bait wasn't in the water more than a couple of minutes when that first tap, tap, tap beckoned. Read her story on her blog

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Lil' Angler: Angler Young Angler Catfish Tournament

Not too many people would argue with you that getting kids hooked on fishing is a positive thing.  In this day and age of devices and vices, there are definitely worse things you can do than teach outdoor skills to the next generation.  A long running initiative that has worked hard to

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Manitoba Hot Bite - Arm-Breaking Catfish Action

HuntFishMB - Eric Labaupa 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

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Meet Your Species: Channel Catfish

Whether the channel catfish is the ugliest fish to inhabit Manitoba waters is certainly a topic of debate. What isn’t up for discussion is their ability to deliver fantastic fishing action, no matter if they are big or small. Let’s take a closer look at these toothless fighters.Lockport Reigns

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