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Manitoba, Canada A UNIQUELY CANADIAN EXPERIENCE Book a guided tour through the Royal Canadian Mint’s impressive state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. Visit our Boutique which offers beautiful Canadian collector coins and great gifts! UNE EXPÉRIENCE TYPIQUEMENT CANADIENNE Réservez une visite guidée de l’usine de fabrication ultramoderne de la Monnaie royale canadienne. Passez à notre boutique pour y trouver des pièces de collection canadiennes exclusives et des cadeaux originaux! 520 LAGIMODIÈRE BLVD. | 520, BOUL. LAGIMODIÈRE | WINNIPEG, MANITOBA 1-800-267-1871 | 204-983-6429 MINT.CA | MONNAIE.CA © 2018 Royal Canadian Mint. All rights reserved. | © 2018 Monnaie royale canadienne. Tous droits réservés. Adventure Awaits Casting for Giants Land your next trophy catch in Manitoba’s waterways In a province that’s home to over 100,000 lakes, numerous rivers and creeks and more than 30 different fish species, angling opportunities are as convenient as they are endless. Whether you’re casting for giant pike, fly fishing for huge brown trout or ice fishing for massive greenback walleye, Manitoba is home to exceptional fisheries with real chances for that fish of a lifetime. If you like catching massive catfish, then get yourself to the mighty Red River in southern Manitoba, the catfishing capital of North America. You can catch big cats – and usually more than one – at Lockport, just a short drive from Winnipeg. Channel catfish go absolutely crazy when hooked and reeling them is a real workout. When you finally land your trophy catch – at 34-inches or bigger!w;l;’ \– take a photo for bragging rights before you release it back to fight another day. Few angling experiences are as exciting as spotting a big fish in clear, shallow water and casting to it to provoke a strike. With fly fishing techniques often being specific to each fishery, using a local guide service can offer your best bet on what equipment and locations will yield that trophy catch. In Manitoba’s Northern region, massive northern pike exceeding 41-inches and lake trout over 35-inches, are extremely common on the fly. In the Parkland region in the southwest area of the province, trout is king. Brown, rainbow, tiger, splake and brook trout, Manitoba has set the bar for world class stillwater trout fishing. Visit the region’s museums, sample exceptional cuisine, experience pristine campgrounds and walk nature trails. Explore the land of ancient sea reptiles, watch raptors or zipline through a valley. Plan your day trip adventure! Plan your day trip and experience the scenic Canadian Prairies! The real benefit of Manitoba’s cold winters is the unreal ice fishing opportunities. One of Manitoba’s most prized hard water catches is the greenback walleye. This emerald green phenomenon is only found in Lake Winnipeg and its tributaries and is well-known for its supersized tug and mind blowing dimensions. But walleye isn’t the only catch during the winter. There are incredible opportunities for a variety of sought-after species during Manitoba’s hard water season of December through April, including pike and lake trout in the north, brook trout in the Parkland region, bluegill in the Western region and black crappie in the Central or in the Eastern regions. Visit to plan your itinerary. Journey NORTH to the DINO BEACH! Experience our Jurassic themed water park, while you are in Winnipeg visit the Assiniboine Park Zoo’s Journey to Churchill exhibit. Don’t forget to get your spot in the record book by entering your catch into the prestigious Master Angler Awards Program. Download the app today and start earning awards for your trophy catches. For more information on fishing in Manitoba and the Master Angler Awards, go to With comfortable campsites available in nearby Stephenfield Provincial Park, loads of delicious Manitoba berries to be picked, and the famous Carman Country Fair July 11-13, there’s something for everyone in Carman, Manitoba. Take advantage of our Dino Beack/Zoo package which includes a one night accommodation at our hotel, with 2 adult and 2 children passes to the Addiniboine Park Zoo. Package prices start at $174.99, taxes not included. Available at Victoria Inn Winnipeg Only. Not valid with any other offer, available until December 31, 2019. PROMO TMZO 1808 Wellington Ave. Winnipeg, MB | | 1.877.842.4667 Brush away layers of earth to reveal a time when giant marine reptiles ruled the ancient seas. Get your hands on history that is 80 million years old on a fossil dig tour with the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre. @ t ra v e l m a n i t o b a

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