Dream Fishing Destination Spotlight: Bolton Lake Lodge

Who's up for a trip to a famous fly-in fishing lodge? Northern Manitoba's Bolton Lake Lodge awaits.

We're always looking for good fishing trip ideas to share with our followers, especially when they are affordable, but still high-quality and meant for anglers like you and me.

With that in mind, we're highlighting another dream fishing destination from Manitoba, the Bolton Lake Lodge and Outposts.

Why this lodge? Because it's a fantastic example of the opportunity Manitoba gives anglers to achieve the Grand Slam of Freshwater Fishing: a walleye, a northern pike, a lake trout, and a brook trout all in one trip.

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To be able to catch all four species in one single trip is almost unheard of, unless you're on a Manitoba lake like this one.

Just so you know, June and July are probably the best months to visit this part of Manitoba, but those are also the most popular months, too. They are the most stable weather-wise, and stand to be the best time to aim for the Grand Slam. August has proven great for big northern pike, and the season generally runs from May to the middle of September.

A family-run operation, Bolton Lake Lodge has been staking their claim atop the Canadian fly-in fishing experience shortlist for a long time. Their planes, boats, and fishing equipment are all top-notch, and there's nothing like the full-service accommodations they have become known for.

And, of course, they practice impeccable fishery management, meaning all trophy catches are released, and the only fish harvested are of the small, good-eating-sized variety. How else will you get to experience a genuine shore lunch?

Anyone who's been to the lodge or one of their secluded outposts knows how special a place Manitoba is, and many of them end up being return guests again and again.

This should be the year you make a dream fishing trip happen, and book a stay with Bolton Lake.

Still unsure? Maybe just watch that video again...