Hooray! It’s Fishing Month

Do you know what month it is? To most people, the answer would, of course, be August. But to all you pro-anglers and fishing enthusiasts, your answer would be Fishing Month! August is the official month celebrating all things fishing, and Lac du Bonnet is ready for celebrating.

With over 60 kilometres of rivers and lakes, it’s no wonder that Lac du Bonnet is one of Manitoba’s hottest fishing destinations. Whether you want to be in the thicket of it out on the water, or sit back and relax bankside, you’ll have endless opportunities here!

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Where to Fish

Lac du Bonnet has many fishing destinations along the Winnipeg River, Lee River, Pinawa Channel, and the Lac du Bonnet Wildlife Association’s Trout Ponds. On your fishing adventure, some of your catches might include Walleye, Northern Pike, Goldeye, Perch, Bass, Channel Cat, Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Tiger Trout, and much more!

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The Lac du Bonnet Wildlife Ponds is perfect if you’re looking to catch trout. Operated and maintained by the Lac du Bonnet Wildlife Association, this fishing hot spot is a must-see attraction in Lac du Bonnet. Stocked with three species of trout (Rainbow, Brown, and Tiger), it is encouraged to practice catch and release with Brown and Tiger trout, however, if you are craving fish for dinner, try your hand at cooking up some Rainbow Trout.

August is #fishing month! Celebrate with a visit to the Lac du Bonnet Wildlife Ponds!

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Did you know about the new Tiger and Brown trout regulation at the Ponds?

Lac du Bonnet Ponds – all brown trout and…

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The Town Dock and Beach is another excellent place to bring your lawn chairs and cast your line. This is the perfect spot to bring the whole family, especially if some members don’t care for fishing. While you work on snagging that trophy worthy fish, the kids can enjoy splashing in the water, building sandcastles, or having fun on the play structure.

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Boat Launches

If hitting the open waters is more your style, then we’ve got you covered. Launch from one of six boat launches and enjoy your day exploring the waterways.

·         The Laverendrye Boat Launch – North end of Hwy #502

·         Winnipeg River Bridge – Hwy #313 on the East side of the bridge

·         Roadside Park – Hwy #11 North approximately 15 Km North of Lac du Bonnet

·         Parkwood/Fernwood Boat Launch – Located on Parkwood Bay off Fernwood Lane.

·         Osprey Boat Launch – Located just north of Osprey Crescent.

·         Wood Duck Boat Launch – Located off Wood Duck Bend.

Day Trips and Guides

If you want to get the most out of your fishing adventure, then Jackson Lodge and Outposts is the place to be! Jackson Lodge offers a variety of outdoor adventures, but if you love fishing, then their Day Trips are a must!

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ICSOS is any outdoor enthusiast’s best friend. From survival courses, consulting services, backcountry guides, and much more ICSOS number one priority is teaching outdoor safety. Experience the outdoors like never before by going on a Fishing Trip with one of ICSOS qualified guides.

 

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Whether you’re a pro-angler, a fishing enthusiast, or just testing the waters of fishing, Lac du Bonnet’s thriving nature and waterways are waiting for you!

 

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Your Heart is Home in Lac du Bonnet

As life becomes more complicated and time with family and friends becomes scarce, it’s time to regroup and focus on creating quality experiences.

This summer is the time to enjoy a better quality of life. It’s time to create a world of memories with the people who mean the most to you, right here at home.

We have a world of world-class experiences right here in Manitoba. Let’s show our province some love and rediscover that home is where the heart is.

This summer, we invite you to visit Lac du Bonnet. To visit the place where the Manitoba Prairies give way to the vast boreal forest and the Canadian Shield. To explore the pristine trails, miles of prime waterways, and the rich history that helped shape our province.

This summer, we invite you to discover that your heart is home in Lac du Bonnet.