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Welcome to FLIPPR

FLIPPR is a grassroots volunteer group of Parkland residents, municipalities and business partners whose vision is to create a world class still-water trout fishery for economic and recreational opportunities in the Manitoba Parkland Region. Our goal in the words of our first chairman Robert Sopuck is to develop a necklace of lakes along the west and southern boundaries of Riding Mountain National Park.

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From the Chair - November 2016

The Municipality of Harrison Park, along with FLIPPR, has passed a resolution to not turn on the Pybus Lake aeration this winter, due to the pike and yellow perch that have overtaken the lake.  FLIPPR and crew attempted to remove and repurpose as many trout as possible. FLIPPR will continue to assess the fish population in 2017 prior to bringing Pybus Lake back online.

 

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Our organization is only possible thanks to the memberships and donations. Join today and help sustain a world-class trout fishery in Manitoba’s Parkland Region.

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Fly Patterns

Many visitors to the Parkland region often wonder what fly patterns they should bring--or tie.

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Parkland Trout Fisheries on Facebook

Parkland Trout Fisheries maintains an active presence on Facebook, Like Us for updates like these:

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Our lakes aren't massive, our boat launches can be tight and our parking lots even tighter....and the guy behind you wants to catch the biggest trout of his life too!

Whether or not you are the first to arrive or have taken the last spot available, here's a few things to think about when visiting Parkland trout lakes.

Not everyone's gear and set up is the same, so loading and unloading at the boat launch can be a task which takes longer for some and not so long for others.

Parking is not typically done at the boat launch or in front of a maintenance shack.

Parking lot etiquette is appreciated.
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Our lakes arent massive, our boat launches can be tight and our parking lots even tighter....and the guy behind you wants to catch the biggest trout of his life too!

Whether or not you are the first to arrive or have taken the last spot available, heres a few things to think about when visiting Parkland trout lakes.

Not everyones gear and set up is the same, so loading and unloading at the boat launch can be a task which takes longer for some and not so long for others. 

Parking is not typically done at the boat launch or in front of a maintenance shack.  

Parking lot etiquette is appreciated.

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I'd say the launches really aren't that bad I've seen way worse ...just got to barbe lake the whole parking lot is water lake is up 6-7 ft ...nasty to dock worse I've seen in 20 year that I've been there ..

Thanks for reminding people that the boat launch is a boat launch . Not a place to park while you go fishing. This seems to be a problem at Persse most of all. I have guys ask if I want them to move while I am at the launch. Really? How about dont park there.

Have heard that there is a bit of illegal fishing going on at Patterson and twin , groups with multiple rods etc etc !!

If you suspect illegal activity, it's best to report it to the authorities. Keep in mind that multiple rods doesn't always equate to something illegal.

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