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Municipality of Roblin Parkland's abundance of fish and game and wild landscapes naturally attracts outdoor sports enthusiasts and adventure seekers.

These are just a few Roblin projects that make your visit that much better.
 
Twin Lakes Dock
New docks 2016

FISHERY IMPROVEMENTS

Some of the recent improvements achieved through municipal funding, grants and donations from fishery users include better parking lots, new and improved boat launches, visitor seating, new docks, lake signs, lake maps, and refuse and recyle containers. Click here to learn more about how you can support fishery developments.


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Tables at Lakes
Lake pic-nic tables 2015

Persse Dock
Lake maps and refuse & recycle containers 2017

East Goose Docks
Dock extensions 2016
Parkland Boat Rentals
Parkland Fly Fishing Boat Rentals 2016

REGIONAL FLY FISHING TOURISM DEVELOPMENT

The Municipality of Roblin is Parkland's leading driver of fly fishing and trout fishery tourism developments. By establishing local, regional and provincial partnerships, the Parkland region acquired jon-boats to support still-water fly fishing sport development and to offer rentals through local agents. Roblin also brought the region together to host the 15th Canadian National Fly Fishing Championships and carries out the Parkland Trout Fisheries branding initiative.

Parkland Fly Fising Branding
Parkland Trout Fisheries 2017
Boats Website Grant
CFFP Grant - Regional Boats website
Parkland Boat Rentals
Phil & Boat

Boats on water
Mobile Boats on East Goose
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East Goose Trout Stocking
East Goose Lake stocking 2015

TROUT LAKES FISH STOCKING

Roblin actively supports trout stocking done by Fisheries Hatchery for our trout lakes. When possible, many from our community enthusiastically engage in the release of trout stock. Our goal is to ensure that trout stocking is prioritized for our lakes, and above else, we're always happy to lend a helping hand!


Tees Lake Trout Stocking
Tees Lake stocking 2016
East Goose Lake Trout Stocking
West Goose Lake stocking 2016
West Goose Lake Stocking
West Goose Lake stocking 2016

Tees Lake Trout Stocking
Tees Lake stocking 2016
East Goose Lake Trout Assessment
Big Browns West Goose 2016

FISHERIES REASERCH & DEVELOPMENT

Understanding what's going on with our trout fisheries helps us better manage the health of our trout stock and the quality of our fisheries product. Through partnerships with Fish Lake Improvement Projects for the Parkland Region (FLIPPR), Swan Valley Sport Fish Enhancement (SVSFE) and Manitoba Sustainable Development, we are continuously trying to innovate, develop and maintain quality fisheries that consistently produce trophy trout.

East Goose Lake Trout Assessment
Big Walleye tagged for transfer
East Goose Lake Trout Assessment
Big Browns East Goose 2016
East Goose Lake Trout Assessment
East & West Goose Lakes and Persse Lake E-Boat Assessment 2017

East Goose Lake Trout Assessment
Bigger Browns West Goose 2017
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Markosky Trout

MARKOSKY TROUT PROJECT

Thanks to a local resident, Ken Markosky, a reputable and long time trout fish farmer, the Municipality of Roblin and the Bug Chucker Cup were able to acquire some big and beefy private stock (pets). This initiative was developed to assist the Bug Chucker Cup with an injection of monster rainbow trout for the amateur fly fishing competition. The biggest recorded Markosky trout stocked was 34 inches and very heavy.
Click here to see the video documentary.

Markosky Trout
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Markosky Trout
Markosky Trout 2016
MK Ultra Trout

MK ULTRA PROJECT

The MK Ultra Project was a fun project which created prize fighting heavy weight Markosky Trout through a rigorous 2 year weight training program, and an intense snatch and pound exercise routine twice daily. Released into East & West Goose Lakes in May of 2017 for anglers under protective regulations, these big and beefy monster trout were tagged for further study. Both males and females will naturally dominate their waters and reward the most skilled still water fish fighters. Click here to learn more.

MK Synchro trout
Synchro Swimming
Markosky Fish Fights
Fight Training
Markosky Gang
Cardio

MK synchro trout
Synchro Swimming
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Family Fun Fish Day
Learning to fish 2015

FREE FAMILY FUN FISH DAY

Family Fun Fish Day is a Roblin Community Development Corporation annuaual event done in partnership with the Municipality of Roblin, MB Fisheries, Healthy Together Now and local businesses to assist promotion and education of fishing sport development and our trout fisheries as both a local and visitor resource. The event supplies free use of fishing rods, hooks, bait, lifejackets, boat rides, and offers kids prizes in exchange for caught fish.

Family Fun Fish Day
Trophy Trout 2016 - off dock
Family Fun Fish Day
400 fish caught 2015
Family Fun Fish Day
Biggest fish caught 2016
Family Fun Fish Day
Trophy trout 2016 - free boat ride
Crocus Trail
Old trail section

CROCUS TRAIL DEVELOPMENT

Due to high waters for multiple years, the trail was partially destroyed. In 2014 a municipal pump-out station at East Goose was established to lower and for maintaining water levels at the lakes. Crocus Trail Inc. was provided financial assistance by the Municipality of Roblin in partnership with the National Trails Coalition and CN EcoConnexions to establish new fishing access points on West Goose, to establish fruiting trees at East Goose Park and new trees along the path at Currey Park, and to repair and reconnect the Crocus Trail with the Trans Canada Trail. Portions of the Crocus Trail are still a work-in-progress.

Crocus Trail
New gate at West Goose highway crossing
Crocus Trail
Restoration work
Crocus Trail
Fruiting trees planted at East Goose Park trail section
Crocus Trail
New trees in Currey Park
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