3 of Canada’s wildest winter fishing and hunting destinations

GETAWAYS: Winter 2021

Check out the action in Northwestern Ontario’s Dinorwic Lake, Manitoba’s huge Cedar Lake and northern Alberta’s boreal forest

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CEDAR LAKE

Lying west of Grand Rapids, Manitoba, Cedar Lake was formed in 1968 when a hydroelectric dam was constructed on the Saskatchewan River. Today, the 1,400-square-kilometre reservoir is full of walleye, northern pike, whitefish and burbot—a fresh cisco on a quick-strike rig is the ticket for winter trophies. Moak Lodge makes for a good local base of operations.

Learn more: (204) 639-2351; www.moaklodge.ca

GORD PYZER

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