Armit Lake Armit Lake is 2541 hectares with a maximum depth of 15 meters. Armit has multiple access points on both Manitoba and Saskatchewan sides of the lake. Targetable fish species present are walleye, northern pike, yellow perch, burbot, lake whitefish and tullibee. Armit is notorious for being difficult to get to, but once you […]

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Whitefish Lake Whitefish Lake is 712 hectares with a maximum depth of 18.9 meters and a mean depth of 8.1 meters. Targetable fish species present are walleye, northern pike, yellow perch, lake whitefish, lake cisco(tullibee) and burbot. Whitefish is one of the top walleye fisheries for Swan Valley residents. This lake is a self-sustaining fishery […]

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North Steeprock North Steeprock Lake is 990.5 hectares with a maximum depth of 12.7 meters and a mean depth of 3.6 meters. Commonly referred to as “Steeprock”, this water body is absolutely stunning with its rocky shorelines and abundance of islands. Targetable fish species present are walleye, northern pike, burbot, lake whitefish and yellow perch. […]

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Lake Winnipegosis Lake Winnipegosis is approximately 537,000 hectares and is Canada’s eleventh-largest lake. The lake has multiple access points, many of which are suitable for launching large watercraft. Although primarily recognized as a commercial fishery, Lake Winnipegosis provides multi-species angling opportunities as well. Popular species throughout the system include; brown bullhead, common carp, freshwater drum, […]

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Childs Lake Child’s Lake is 845.6 hectares with a maximum depth of 57.7 meters and a mean depth of 16.7 meters. Child’s Lake is the largest waterbody in the Duck Mountain Provincial Park (MB) and one of the most developed with 78 cottages, 142 campsites (seasonal and daily), and 6 Yurts. Targetable fish species present […]

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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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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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