Many Manitoba fly fishing vacations, including those with Birdtail Waterfowl, may target brown trout. This species of fish inhabits many lakes in Manitoba, and they may reach up to thirty inches in length.
Whether you are a novice or an expert fly fisher, the Birdtail Waterfowl guides can lead you to the best spots for brown trout fishing in Manitoba. Brown trout, like many other game fish in Manitoba, inhabit beautiful, serene waters surrounded by stunning Canadian wildlife.
A non-native species of fish to the Americas, brown trout were brought to the Americas in the 1800s. Brown trout may feed on small prey, such as insects, and have even been known to attack larger prey, like frogs, mice and other trout. Every Birdtail Waterfowl guide knows many tips and tricks to catching brown trout, and many have competed in fishing tournaments. They can help you have the best brown trout fishing vacation possible.