Woody River The Woody River originates in the Porcupine Hills, SK and meanders eastward through the Swan River Valley until it eventually flows into Swan Lake. Angling opportunities exist throughout the river from Crestview to the lower reaches near Swan Lake. The most popular species include walleye and northern pike. Access There are many access […]

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Swan River The Swan River has been referred to as one of the most under-utilized fisheries in the Swan Valley area. The system’s headwaters originate near Par Hill Lake, in the Porcupine Hills, SK. It then meanders eastward to Manitoba, through the Swan River Valley until it eventually flows into Swan Lake. Angling occurs throughout […]

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Steeprock River The Steeprock River originates at North Steeprock Lake and meanders eastward through the Porcupine Mountains until it eventually flows into Lake Winnipegosis. Angling opportunities exist throughout the river from the upper reaches to the lower reaches. The Steeprock River is primarily stocked with brook trout, although other species have been stocked including tiger […]

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Roaring River The Roaring River begins from Wellman Lake, in the Duck Mountain Provincial Park. The river meanders north until it meets the Swan River which drains into Swan Lake. The Roaring River has been intermittently stocked with trout since 1950. Brook trout have been the most prominently stocked, with occasions of rainbow trout and […]

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Red Deer River The Red Deer River originates in near Nut Lake, SK and meanders eastward through Red Deer Lake until it eventually flows into Dawson Bay on Lake Winnipegosis. Angling is most popular near the river mouth where you can find a provincial campground, seasonal washrooms, a cook shack, and a boat launch. The […]

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Pine River The Pine River originates at Pine River Lake in the Duck Mountains and meanders east through the escarpment until it eventually flows into Lake Winnipegosis. Angling opportunities exist primarily in the middle and upper reaches of the escarpment. The Pine River is primarily stocked with brook trout and rainbow trout. Access There are […]

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Overflowing River The Overflowing River originates in the Pasquia Hills, SK and meanders eastward until it flows into Overflow Bay on Lake Winnipegosis. Angling is most popular near the river mouth where you can find a seasonal store nearby, a private campground and a boat launch. The most popular species include walleye, northern pike, yellow […]

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Mossy River “The Mossy” is a relatively short river (~35km) that flows north from Dauphin Lake to Lake Winnipegosis. Angling opportunities exist throughout this historic trade route at the many bridges, crossings, and public spaces. The most popular species here include walleye, northern pike, yellow perch, sucker, common carp, and freshwater drum. On occasion there […]

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Bowsman River The Bowsman River originates in the Porcupine Mountains and meanders south-east through the escarpment until it eventually flows into the Woody River. Angling opportunities exist primarily in the middle and upper reaches of the escarpment. The Bowsman River is primarily stocked with brook trout. Access There are a few access points along the […]

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Birch River The Birch River originates in the Porcupine Mountains and meanders south-east through the escarpment until it eventually flows into the Woody River. Angling opportunities exist primarily in the middle and upper reaches of the escarpment. The Birch River is primarily stocked with brook trout and rainbow trout. Access There are many access points […]

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