Manitoba Fishing

2-8 Guests • Cabin • Private • Guided

Description

Lynn, Brisebois, Carlson, LBZ, Long and Preston Lake Manitoba Fishing


Each our six fly-in lakes provide exceptional fishing for Trophy Pike and Walleye. In addition, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling are available at some lakes.


Our lakes, which are designated as “High Quality” fisheries, by the Province of Manitoba, are located in the heart of unspoiled wilderness, northwest of Lynn Lake, Manitoba. Our facilities are only reachable by float plane. There is no road access. You are on a private lake with only one cabin per lake.


Due to the remote location and the short season, these lakes have very little pressure on the fish population. To maintain the high quality of fishing in our lakes we practice a strict total Catch and Release Policy for all Northern Pike over 30 inches. Our guests have a legitimate opportunity to catch several Manitoba Master Angler Pike (41 inches or larger) on each trip.


LBZ Lake – accommodates 2 – 8 people

Brisebois Lake – accommodates 2 – 6 people

Carlson Lake – accommodates 2 – 6 people

Long Lake – accommodates 2 – 6 people

Preston Lake – accommodates 2 – 8 people


Northern Pike

In late May and June, Northern Pike will be found in shallow water near the back end of bays, river and creek inlets and outlets. Casting small and medium spoons, spinners and plugs are effective in early spring. As the water begins to warm, the fish will be found near the same areas but in somewhat deeper water and near emerging weed growth.

During the summer months of July and August the pike will begin to relocate to weed beds near deeper water. This is the time to get out the large spoons, plugs, spinners and jerk baits.Big lures mean big fish during this period.

During September the weed beds begin to die off and the pike will move to points and bars. Large lures are still effective at this time. The best time to fish for pike is usually from 11:00 a.m. until around 5:00 p.m. and then again before dusk with surface lures.

Pike Tackle

The following tackle is recommended when fishing for Northern Pike;

A 7 – 7 1/2 foot medium heavy baitcasting rod with a quality bait casting reel.

17 to 20 lb. monofilament or 30 lb. Fireline line.

12 inch steel or titanium leaders.

Medium and large Daredevils, Johnson Silver Minnows and Red Eyes

Mann’s Super stretch Minus 1

Odyssey’s Pig Jr. and Jointed Pig Jr.

Large Jointed Rapalas

Blue Fox, Mepps and Northland Bucktails

Use smaller lures early in the season and switch to larger lures as the season progresses.


Walleye

In late May and June, Walleyes can be found in many of the same areas as the pike. Areas of moving water such as rapids, creek and river inlets and outlets, are good spots. As spring transitions into summer, walleyes may still be located near incoming rivers, but many will head into the main lake and relocate to points, islands, bars and rock piles near deeper water. Casting and trolling minnow baits, spinners and jigs are the methods of choice for catching “Old Marble Eyes”.

As fall approaches the walleye will again school up and congregate near islands, points and river inlets. The best time of the day to catch walleyes is in the morning and late evening right up until dark. On cloudy rainy days, fishing can be good all day.

Walleye Tackle

The following tackle is recommended when fishing for Walleye;

6 to 6 1/2 ft. spin casting rod

Good open face spin casting reel

4 lb. to 10 lb. monofilament or Fireline

Rattlin Raps by Rapala

Suspending Husky Jerks by Rapala

Shad Raps by Rapala

Thundersticks Shallowstick and Suspending Shallowsticks

Wally Divers

Jigs Berkley Powerbait curly tails


Lake Trout

Lake Trout are caught in 7 to 20 feet of water during late May and June. During the months of July and August the fish move into deeper water ranging from 20 to 50 feet. Lake Trout are caught by trolling large spoons, spinners or diving plugs around rocky points and reefs adjacent to deep water. Casting the same lures or jigging in these locations is also effective. The opportune times to fish for “Lakers” are on cloudy or rainy days or when there is a chop on the water. Early morning or evening fishing can also be productive when the weather conditions are just too nice during the middle of the day. Keep in mind that Lake Trout can be nomadic in their behavior and will migrate to find cooler water temperatures.

Lake Trout Tackle

The following tackle is recommended when fishing for Lake Trout;

7 to 7 1/2 ft. medium heavy action baitcasting rod

Good bait casting reel

17 to 20 lb. Trilene or 30 lb. Fireline line

Dipsey Divers or down rigging systems for summer months

Large Daredevils, Doctor Spoons and other spoons

Large jigs and diving plugs


Arctic Grayling

Arctic Grayling are found in the river outlet of Kat Lake which forms the Katimiwi River. The river has rapids, riffles, deep pools and a strong current, providing ideal habitat for the grayling. The fish usually will be located in the pools of deeper water just above or below the rapids. Casting small spoons, jigs, spinners and flies are your best bet to catch the “Sailfish of the North”.

Arctic Grayling Tackle

The following tackle is recommended when fishing for Grayling;

5 1/2 to 6 ft. light action spin casting rod.

Fly rods (for the fly fishing enthusiast)

Ultralight spinning reel. 4 lb. Trilene mono line.

Small Daredevils #0 and #1

Mepps Spinners

Small Blue Fox spinners

Small jigs and flies


Pricing is per person. Base price is for 8 people for 4 days.

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Your Host

Russ's Trip

Russ B

Russ and Lori have owned and operated this outfitting and out post camp servie creating your "Bucket List" for hunting and fishing for over 32 years

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Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment

$1974.50

Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


Amenities

  • Expert Local Guides
  • Fly-in From Lynn Lake is included

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Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Fishing Attire
  • Personal Fishing Gear
  • Personal Gear
  • Toiletries

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Rules & Guidelines

**Pricing includes floatplane flight from Lynn Lake and Return


**Make sure you bring your passport**

When planning a fishing trip to Northern Canada, it is important to remember that good, quality equipment is vital. Good rain gear, proper clothing, quality reels and good planning can ensure that your week with us will be enjoyable.


General Fishing Equipment

  • Hook Out – Hook Remover
  • Jaw Spreaders
  • Pliers (for pinching barbs)
  • Stringer
  • Fillet Knives & Sharpening Stone
  • Measuring Tape
  • Rubber Boots
  • Good Rain Suit
  • Polarized Sun Glasses
  • Fishing Cap
  • Gloves

Personal Equipment

  • Mosquito RepellentSunscreenFirst Aid Kit
  • Clothing for Warm and Cold Weather Conditions
  • Personal Medication and Toiletries
  • Camera and Film
  • Cards and Games
  • Light Sleeping Bag/pillow

Walleye Tackle

  • 6 to 6 1/2 ft. spin casting rodGood open face spin casting reel4 lb. to 10 lb. monofilament or Fireline
  • Rattlin Raps by Rapala
  • Suspending Husky Jerks by Rapala
  • Shad Raps by Rapala
  • Thundersticks Shallowstick and Suspending Shallowsticks
  • Wally Divers
  • Jigs and Berkley Powerbait, Mister Twister tails


Please note, there is a 50% nonrefundable deposit included with your payment when booking.

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