An active community of approximately 675 residents, Lynn Lake, Manitoba, Canada is located 1,071 kilometers northwest of Winnipeg, Manitoba at the end of highway 391. The town of Lynn Lake was founded in 1950, after one the world’s largest nickel deposits was discovered in the area, and began as a thriving mining community. Sixty years later, it has evolved into a tourist destination for adventure seekers and outdoor lovers from all walks of life.
The surrounding natural habitat is a stunning example of Northern Manitoba’s untamed beauty, and a short drive in any direction will lead you to some of the most pristine wilderness on the planet. The region is an untapped wonderland of far stretching woodlands, countless lakes and river systems, and abundant wildlife. Dozens of lakes and rivers in the surrounding area are road accessible, making a world-class hunting and freshwater fishing experience even more convenient.
Whether you are angling for trophy Pike, Walleye, Lake Trout, or any number of the many species of fish populating in the area, you will not be disappointed. Once here, there will be no mistaking where you are; this is Canada’s north: free, rugged, wild and breathtaking.