Record Breaking Catches
Whether your quest is to become a Master Angler or to dangle a line on a sunny summer afternoon of family fishing, the Swan Valley offers deep, clear lakes, fast-flowing streams, and trophy fish in any of a half-dozen or more species. Deep down in cool, spring-fed lakes dwell prize-winning Walleye Monster pike are found lurking in the water. The patient fly fisherman is often rewarded with a brown or rainbow trout measuring up to 75 cm (30 inches) or more.
Anglers passionate about local fisheries
Education – to produce and distribute information designed to educate the general public on the methods, needs and advisability of preserving and improving habitat for game fish species
Research & Enhancement – to encourage, fund and undertake scientific research with a view to the enhancement of game fish habitat
Fundraising – to conduct fundraising ventures to promote fisheries enhancement, research and education.Visit Swan Valley Sport Fishing Manitoba Angling Guide PDF
For a complete list of all fishing opportunities visit the Swan Valley Sport Fishing Website.
Swan Valley Sport Fishing Enhancement Inc. (SVSFE) is a community group focused on the many aspects of recreational angling in and around the Swan Valley for over 30 years. Popular recreational angling opportunities include the various tributaries of Swan Lake. For more remote experiences, the Porcupine Mountains present some astounding ‘hidden gem’ angling opportunities. In the southern escarpment, the Duck Mountain Provincial Park provides some of the best trout-angling prospects in the Province of Manitoba.