Welcome to Jackson's Lodge & Outpost
Jackson's Lodge & Outposts is a family-operated business that has been providing guests with finest fly-in fishing and hunting trips in Manitoba.
Based in Lac du Bonnet, Jackson's Lodge is easy to get to. Operating our own air service Adventure Air and our own fleet of highly maintained aircraft.
Over the years, it has become a favorite destination for those in search of great fishing, friendly service and five star accommodation in the North.
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Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba
Canada R0E 1A0
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Barbless HooksManitoba regulations call for? barbless hooks. This means that any hooks attached to your line must either have no barb or have the barb pinched against the shaft of the hook. Barbed hooks may be kept in the tackle box.
Barbless hooks allows for easier removal and thus less stress on fish. In turn, this increases the odds that a fish will survive when returned to the water.
If a hook is caught in the fish's throat, do not forcefully pull. This can cause massive bleeding and death. Carefully try to remove the hook and if unable, cut the line at the hook and leave it there. The fish's digestive enzymes will corrode the hook and it will work its way out.
Monday, June 4, 2018
Because of the fresh water flow throughout the summer the water temps never really rise that high and you will find little difference between May 15, June 15 thru until September. We do find that many big pike are caught in early spring, and the primary reason is because there are more fishermen at that time.
If you look at the Manitoba Master Angler program which tracks and records trophy fish caught each year you will actually find as many large pike caught in July and August as in May and June.
I personally prefer late summer fishing over spring fishing and the reasons are a few. #1. You will find the temperature to be more stable each day. #2 Our rainy season is already over which usually ends around June 15-30. July and August do normally see less rainfall. #3 The insect season is greatly reduced because of drier weather giving to great access to fishing throughout the day and also great evening fishing. #4 And lastly, we find the large Walleyes schooled on reefs on the lake and wherever you find an abundance of Walleyes the Pike are not far away.
So, when planning a fishing trip never overlook the late season for large fish, its an all around great time to be out fishing.