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Manigotagan is the largest and deepest of our three lakes, covering approximately 6 square miles and reaching 65 feet deep.
Manigotagan Lake has two distinct sections: the upper and the lower, both of which have excellent fishing for smallmouth bass, walleye, northern pike, and perch.
The name Manigotagan is a Saulteaux Indian phrase "Mannuh-Gundahgan", which means "Bad Throat". The place where the waterfall makes a noise “like a bull moose with a bad throat.” The native legend is that this eerie sound came from Wood Falls, some three miles from the mouth of the river.
The Manitoba Master Angler program has been around for over 50 years. Each year, thousands of trophy fish from over 30 species are caught. Almost 90% of are released.
Below are the Master Anglers caught and registered in Manigotagan Lake. Many more have been caught and not registered.