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Walleye in Lake Winnipeg
7 years old
Grayson Gould May 22, 2022
Northern Pike in Fort Whyte Ponds
11 years old
Alejandro Gutierrez Cheng May 22, 2022
Common Carp in Red River
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Brylon Fowler May 22, 2022
Sucker in Lake of the Prairies
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Sunfish in Metigoshe Lake
5 years old
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Northern Pike in Irwin Lake
2 years old
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Sunfish in Metigoshe Lake
4 years old
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Sunfish in Metigoshe Lake
7 years old
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Northern Pike in Lac du Bonnet Lake
4 years old
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Sunfish in Metigoshe Lake
3 years old
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Walleye in Lake Winnipeg
5 years old
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Walleye in Lake Winnipeg
7 years old
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Yellow Perch in Pelican Lake
11 years old
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Goldeye in Red River
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Walleye in Lake Winnipeg
9 years old
Max Winters Jan 30, 2022
Yellow Perch in Pelican Lake
5 years old
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Walleye in Red River
12 years old
Zachary Martens Jan 29, 2022
Northern Pike in Red River
5 years old
Alex Murphy Jan 22, 2022
Yellow Perch in Wintering Lake
4 years old
Easton Towle Jan 22, 2022
Black Crappie in Lee River
3 years old
Harrison Goetz Jan 22, 2022
Sucker in Red River
6 years old
Emma Lavallee Jan 16, 2022
Walleye in Red River
7 years old
Haley Becker Jan 15, 2022
Yellow Perch in Pelican Lake
6 years old
Riley Miller Jan 11, 2022
Sauger in Red River
4 years old
Hayden MacDonald Jan 11, 2022
Sauger in Red River
5 years old
Mason Lapointe Jan 02, 2022
Sauger in Red River
9 years old
Norah Nachtigall Oct 31, 2021
Sauger in Red River
6 years old
Lucas Nachtigall Oct 31, 2021
Walleye in Red River
3 years old
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Goldeye in Red River
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L'il Angler Program for Youngsters

Budding anglers will delight in Manitoba's L'il Angler 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 it's 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 L'il Angler a one-time embroidered crest signifying their first catch, and a Certificate of Achievement. There is no length requirement and the fish can be any of those species found in Manitoba.

If a youngster's first fish happens to meet the Manitoba Master Angler requirements, it must be registered separately for that program.

  1. Applicant must be 12 years of age or younger. Limit of one entry and award per individual throughout entire eligibility period.
  2. Fish must be caught in Manitoba by angling for recreation in accordance with provincial angling regulations.
  3. Entry must be accompanied by a picture of the angler and fish. All pictures become the property of Travel Manitoba, including publishing rights, and will not be returned.

For more information:
phone Travel Manitoba at 927-7847,
toll-free at 1-800-665-0040
or email us at masterangler@travelmanitoba.com

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