- Rank #1 Master AnglerConrad Hoy402 fish caught
- Rank #2 Master AnglerBrian Lagimodiere207 fish caught
- Rank #3 Master AnglerGerald Hoy481 fish caught
- Rank #4 Master AnglerDerek A. Burdeny385 fish caught
- Rank #5 Master AnglerGary Lagimodiere167 fish caught
- Rank #6 Master AnglerPhil J. Paczkowski536 fish caught
- Rank #7 Master AnglerBarry Dahl217 fish caught
- Rank #8 Master AnglerMichael Roziere182 fish caught
- Rank #9 Master AnglerRoger Branum287 fish caught
- Rank #10 Master AnglerPeter Paczkoski208 fish caught
Joining the Masters may not be as easy as it looks, but if you catch a trophy fish while in Manitoba, you’ll certainly get the recognition you deserve...
For an angler's first qualifying trophy fish in any of the 30 eligible species
Catch one qualifying fish in five different eligible species.
Catch one qualifying fish in ten different eligible species.
Catch one qualifying fish in fifteen different eligible species.
Reserved for those who register one qualifying fish in twenty different species.
- The Specialist
Catch five qualifying of one species. There are 30 Specialist badges to be had.
43.82 cm / 17.25 inch Black Crappie in South Cross Lake on 15 OCT 2016
57.79 cm / 22.75 inch Rainbow Trout in Goose Lake on 7 OCT 2016
53.98 cm / 21.25 inch Rainbow Trout in Goose Lake on 7 OCT 2016
34.29 cm / 13.50 inch Bullhead in Netley Creek on 5 OCT 2016
110.49 cm / 43.50 inch Lake Sturgeon in Lac du Bonnet Lake on 3 OCT 2016
Li'l Anglers - Get the kids out fishing
Budding anglers will delight in Manitoba's Li'l Anglers program for kids. Geared toward children 12 years of age and younger, the program encourages novice anglers to get hooked on fishing and gain a little recognition. It's easy and fun!
When little anglers catch their first fish, they or their parents send an application form and photo to the program. Travel Manitoba will send the Li'l Angler an embroidered crest and a certificate of achievement.Apply Online