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A Natural Resources Officer with Manitoba Conservation says there's been a tremendous increase in ice fishing in the past six or seven years. Andre Desrosiers says, for example, you can see a couple of thousand fishers at the south end of Lake Winnipeg on a good day.
"And I think that is directly attributable to the portable fishing shelters(below) that have come out. They are so handy, so efficient. You just fold them up and put them in your car and off you go. Then of course there are power augers and now there's also a kind of new sonar. They're called 'flashers.' They show you where your hook is and where the fish is and when the two meet maybe you've
got yourself a fish on your line."
He adds anglers report they've had good luck catching plenty of fish this winter.
"The Red River was really good all winter compared to the last number of years. Walleye were being caught the whole winter long which is really nice. Lake Winnipeg, which is a relatively new recreational fishery, in terms of ice fishing, people were catching Walleye, Sauger, Pike and multiple other species."
Desrosiers says the ice fishing season is rapidly drawing to a close in southern Manitoba. He notes fishing shacks had to be off the Red River by March 10th and have to be off other lakes and rivers by March 31st.
Students from Hanover School Division returned from WE Day Wednesday, calling it amazing and inspiring. WE Day is an ann
Steinbach Credit Union has joined its counterparts across the country in lobbying the federal government for a Capital Growth Tax Credit.
RCMP have issued some reminders to parents as children prepare to go out for Halloween Friday night to gather candy. Constable Kevin Wynn
The newly elected Town of Ste Anne Council held an Organizational Meeting Tuesday. The mayor and councillors are all brand new, as none o
The parents of a missing teenager from Winkler say their son has been found dead. Travis Sukkau went missing last Thursday after he went t
After a close reeve race the newly elected council in the Rural Municipality of La Broquerie has officially taken office. Chief Administr
Emergency Crews were called to the intersection of Brandt Street and Reimer Avenue at 8:51 Wednesday morning. Steinbach Fire Lieutenant C
Even though health officials say the threat of Ebola in Manitoba is very, very low that isn't stopping Regional Health Authorities from ta
The 25 year mystery at Woodlawn Elementary School in Steinbach has been revealed. The time capsule which was sealed in 1989 was opened du
We Day 2013 at MTS Centre in Winnipeg. Sixteen thousand inspired young people will be at MTS Centre in Winnipeg today celebrating We Day.
RCMP are asking public assistance in locating a man who is known to frequent the Steinbach area. 33 year-old Teddy Moose of Powerview is w
A group of concerned citizens in the RM of Springfield has convinced the Provincial Ombudsman to investigate concerns about drinking water
Premier Greg Selinger says he is not going anywhere. He made the comments yesterday after several members of the NDP caucus suggested he s
For the first time in nineteen years, the Rural Municipality of Ritchot has a new Mayor. Jackie Hunt was elected last we
RCMP say a riding lawn mower has been stolen from the Diamond Aces Flying Club in Steinbach. It's described as a Case Cub Cadet, beige in
Kleefeld School celebrated Manitoba School Library Day Monday evening. Author and Photographer Dennis Fast is an award-winning photograph
The Association of Manitoba Municipalities is hoping for a surge in numbers at its annual convention in November. President Doug Dobrowols
Update Tuesday 10:25 a.m. RCMP are saying little new about the case of a missing teenager from Winkler. Travis Sukkau has been missing si
It's hard to believe, but yes, it's time to install your winter tires. There's no snow on the ground yet, but local tire dealers recommend
Steinbach Regional Secondary School's Saturday graduation in June 2014 will see a repeat in June 2015. Superintendent Randy Dueck explain
There is a new Reeve in the RM of De Salaberry. Marc Marion of St. Malo was elected last week to succeed Ron Musick who had stepped down.
Provencher Member of Parliament Ted Falk says time is helping to put context on the incident last Wednesday when a gunman opened fire up i
Emergency crews were called to Highway 12 about one mile south of Blumenort. Constable Jonathan Evans says the vehicle was coming around
RCMP have released some details after a drug bust in Steinbach last Friday. Officers arrested two 17 year-old males in possession of Ecst
Sealed in 1989, the Woodlawn Elementary School's time capsule is being opened. Principal Shelley Amos explains the capsule was sealed 25
Steinbach RCMP caught more impaired drivers over the weekend. At 1:37 Saturday morning, a driver was stopped on a gravel r
Steinbach RCMP are looking for the owner of a stolen compound bow. They say it was recovered as part of a recent investigation in Steinbach.
It's shaping up to be a lean deer hunting season here in southeastern Manitoba. Paul Perreault is Vice-President of the Steinbach Game and
The board of the Jake Epp Library in Steinbach has asked city council to increase its grant by $19,135.00 next year. Chair Jon Sawatzky sa
The new Reeve of Piney is excited to get down to work. Wayne Anderson of Sprague defeated incumbent Duane Boutang in the election last Wed
The 2nd annual Edge Home and Lifestyles Show had a lot of positives to draw from. Show Coordinator John Falk says the exhibit was complet
Construction crews have set up shop at Rest Haven in Steinbach. David Driedger is Chief Executive Officer for HavenGroup. He says crews a
As temperatures drop heading into winter, some Manitobans fly south. Manager of Canada One Travel in Steinbach Mary Jane Hiebert says typ
Opposition leader Brian Pallister is calling on the NDP to put the best interests of Manitobans ahead of ideology and stop all constructio
Don't think the mild weather this month will minimize the threat of influenza. That, according to Dr. Shelley Buchan, Me
Saturday concludes Bus Safety Week in the Province of Manitoba where the focus was on creating awareness for children at bus stops with th
From left: Glenda Giesbrecht, SAFE Work Practitioner Shawna Beach-Nelson, SAFE Work Coordinators Peter Malegus and Carlos Pereira, E
Since opening six weeks ago, the CancerCare Hub based out of Bethesda Hospital in Steinbach has been working very well. The Hub adds enha
'Be smart, be seen, I wait in a safe place.' Director of Transportation for the Hanover School Division Robert Warkentin says that is thi
Steinbach city council has made an exception to its policy on moving houses. The owners of a home at 311 Reimer Avenue asked council for a