Fairy Rock Lake is one of Manitoba’s premiere Northern and Walleye lakes. Lake Trout are also present. The lake is 15 miles long from end to end. To give you an idea of the size of the lake, it will take you approximately 45 minutes to boat from camp to the outflow rapids on the west end of the lake..
Fairy Rock Lake is one of Manitoba’s premiere Northern and Walleye lakes. Lake Trout are also present. With crystal clear water dropping over 115 feet and shallow bays with abundant weeds and forage, Fairy Rock Lake has plenty of excellent places to fish any time of the year. Below, you’ll find a little more information about how to catch the fish you will find in the lake.
The lures mentioned above are just a few of the many lures and ways of catching northern and walleye. 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.
Important: In Manitoba it is law that all hooks are barbless.
You must crimp the barb with a pair of pliers. Crimping your barb should not effect the number of fish you catch. To maintain a healthy fishery, catch and quick release are encouraged. All Northern pike over 29.5 inches must be returned to the lake.