Fairy Rock Wilderness Camp

Imagine flying 300 miles north of Winnipeg to St. Theresa Point in a wheel base plane, picked up by a float plane, then flying another 28 miles to the only camp on Fairy Rock Lake-no roads, communities or other lodges! Imagine…a whole lake to yourself!!!

Fishing at Fairy Rock Lake is out of this world. Larger walleyes are plentiful and easy to catch. The system is especially noted for its BIG NORTHERN. Lake trout are also available. The lake is 20 miles in length with the Stephenson river system flowing through it.

These are a few of the many lures and ways of catching northern, walleye and trout. A basic lure like a jig and double twister tail are the essentials to a good fishing trip. Bring a variety of lures but it isn’t necessary to bring a whole pile of tackle.

The quality of our fishing will make any fisherman excited. To keep it that way we require that all Northerns over 27.5” and Walleye over 18” be released, the rest of your limit as per camp regulations. Manitoba requires barbless hooks, which means that you must crimp the barb with a pair of pliers. Crimping your barb should not effect the number of fish you catch. Quick Release also gives the fish a better survival rate after they are released so that we may have healthy and large fish returned to the water. In doing so, we know that our lakes will remain some of Manitoba’s finest fishing lakes for years to come.

Contact:
Fairy Rock Wilderness Camp
C/O Randy Bisschop
634 Stephen Street
Morden, MB.
R6M 1R7
Canada
Ph: (204) 823-1509
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.fairyrocklake.com/

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Box 70084, RPO Kenaston
Winnipeg, MB
Canada R3P 0X6
PH 204.772.1912
TF 800.305.0013
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