Kenanow Lodge



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Canada

Manitoba

55 Lakeside Ave Sherridon, MB R0B 1L0


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Широта: 55.131168

Долгота: -101.114532


Контакты:

204-468-2108

888-590-5544


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English


E-mail

kenanowlodge@gmail.com

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Fishing Styles & Tackle

Our guests have been seen to use a broad variety of spoons, jigs, spinners, and fishing lures to hard to describe here. At times it seems that anything you throw out can attract a fish, and we've seen our share of strange lures with surprising success. In any given day you might fish by casting, trolling, or jigging, or all three.

Some of our guests like to employ downriggers for deep, lake trout fishing, and we have those available on one of our boats.

 We strictly practice catch and release of fish caught on Kississing Lake, with the exception of allowances for the possession of specified numbers and sizes of each fish species. With each species we impose strict "slot limits" for fish that may be taken, with the intent of keeping the bigger fish in the lake, and as such preventing selective breeding of increasingly smaller fish.

Live bait is prohibited from use on Lake Kississing, but frozen minnows are commonly used with good success. If you wish to use these, let us know and we'll be sure to bring them along (so long as they're available).

 

The Fish at Kississing Lake

 

Northern Pike
Locally nicknamed jack, they typically run 4 to 7 pounds, but are found up to 20 or more pounds. A "trophy" northern pike is 41" or longer. Found in great abundance on Kississing Lake, northern pike strike aggressively. Casting into shallows or in weed beds is the most typical way to go after them, but it's not unusual to get good strikes when casting or jigging for walleye. Highly territorial, pound for pound, they're great fighters. Within a few days (or if you're lucky, a few hours) on the lake, you should get a fairly good education on dealing with them.


 
Lake Trout
Also typically 4 to 7 pounds, but found up to 20 or more pounds, a "trophy" lake trout is 35" or longer. Bringing a good size lake trout up from the bottom is an experience few fishermen ever forget. During most of the fishing season they're found in deep waters by jigging or trolling (downriggers may help). Once he's got one hooked a fisherman faces a patient and often difficult struggle against a very strong opponent, as a trout effectively turns its body in the deep, open water to avoid advances. While sometimes difficult to locate, trout generally are found in schools.

 

Walleye
Locally nicknamed pickerel, but actually in the perch family, walleye typically run from one to 2.5 pounds, but are found up to 10 or more pounds. A "trophy" walleye is 28" or longer. Walleye can at times be hard to find, but when you do find them, you'll usually get excellent action for a period of time, as they're very much school fish.

 

Whitefish
Typically one to 4 pounds, but found up to 10 pounds, a "trophy" whitefish is 21 inches. Few if any fishermen go after whitefish on Kississing Lake, and they're not caught in great numbers, but it is a rare trip to Kississing Lake when none are caught. Some fishermen save them and use their bellies as a favorite bait for jigging for lake trout.

 

Burbot
Locally nicknamed mariah, the burbot is a freshwater cod, a bottom fish, typically one to four pounds, occasionally seen up to 10 or more pounds. No one is known to fish for them, but they are occasionally brought up when fishing in deep water for lake trout. Some fishermen will actually cut their lines rather than handle, them due to their strange appearance and exceedingly oily skin.

 

Perch
Kississing Lake has an abundance of perch, which often turn up when you're fishing for walleye or northern pike. Sometimes it's amazing how a very large hook can find its way into the mouth of a very small fish, but expect to catch at least a few perch on a trip to Kississing Lake.

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