Fishing Package

* Cabin Accommodation
* Hot Shower
* Generator
* Boat, Motor & Fuel (2 new 16′ aluminum boat with 15 hp motor)
* Rods and tackle available to borrow if needed
* Self-Guided
* Fantastic Walleye, Perch and Northern Pike fishing!


* Light to medium action rod and reel combination

* Tackle for Walleye, Perch and Northern Pike

* Insect repellent (ThermaCELL highly recommened)

* Sun Screen

* Fishing licence

We specialize in larger group outings at this remote location!

 For your next family reunion, pre wedding party,

milestone birthday or great family/friend get-a-way…

Call 204-679-0735 or email 

$200 USD per person, per day

**Price does not include taxes and licence**





RESIDENT SENIOR (Manitoban 65 and over) FREE $25.10
RESIDENT (Manitoban 16-64) 19.20 $25.10
CANADIAN RESIDENT (age 16 and over) $28.00 $47.65
NON-RESIDENT  (age 16 and over) $37.85 $62.35

Manitoba 2019 Anglers’ Guide


All persons, except those exempt below, who ingage in angling, dip netting, cast netting, seining, minnow trapping, spear fishing, and bow fishing, must have a Manitoba Angling Licence on their person.

Licenced are valid from May 1, 2019 through April 30, 2020. L icences myst be signed to be valid, and are not transferrable or refundable.  IF A LICENCE IS LOST ANOTHER MUST BE PURCHASED.  The time of licence validity has no impact on season dates.


A “Manitoba Resident Sensiors Conservation Licence” is for seniors (65 and over) who permanently reside  in Manitoba for at least six months and is valid for a conservation limit of fish only.  Manitoba seniors wanting a regular limit of fish must buy a regular licence.


A Conservation Licence intitles the holder to the same rights as a Regular licence holder except for reduced limits for some species: 4 walleye/sauger, 4 pike, 1 lake trout, 1 channel catfish, 2 smallmouth bass and 2 stocked trout.  Limits for other species remain the same.


A resident is a person who has lived in Manitoba for the immediate past six months.  A Canadian residet is a person who has lived elsewhere in Canada for the immediate past six months.  Any person who has not loived in Manitoba or Canada for the immediate past sic months is a non-resident and must purchase a non-resident licence.

Manitoba 2019 Anglers’ Guide


The following people may angle without a licence:

*Any youth under the age of 16 who has permanently resided in Manitoba for at least six months.  Manitoba youth under the age of 16 have all the rights and privileges of those holding a Regular Licence, including their own regular limit of fish.  All other regulations apply.  Proof of age is required when checked by a Conservation Officer.

*Any Canadian resident or non-resident youth under the age of 16.  The person must fish with a licence holder, or someone exempt from holding a licence, and their catch must be applied to the limit of that person.  A Canadian resident or non-resident youth under 16 who wishes to have a seperate limit must buy a licence.


In Manitoba, anglers must use barbless hooks.  A barbless hook is a hook with no barbs that have been compressed to be in complete contact with the shaft of the hook.  Barbless hooks may have barbs on the shank for holding bait.  When you are fishing, the hooks attached to all your lines, whether in use or not, must be barbless. Barbed hooks may be kept in the tackle box.

Manitoba 2019 Anglers’ Guide


Walleye 4 6
Northern Pike 4 6
Yellow Perch 25 25