Fishing and Hospitality at its very Best!
Our 17-acre island is in a remote wilderness location on the Winnipeg River, yet it's easy to get to by land or air. If you're driving, we'll meet you at the landing in Point du Bois. If you're flying, we will pick you up at the Winnipeg International Airport. Then, let the worries of the world melt away by the mile as we cruise up river from the landing to Pine Island, enjoying wildlife and scenery along the way.
Our comfortable cabins are secluded, yet close to the main Lodge where you'll find the dining room and recreation area. We have cabins to accommodate groups of different sizes, some with river views and all a relaxing retreat after a day chasing trophies. Come to Pine Island for the fishing adventure of a lifetime, quiet relaxation, and a soul-renewing wilderness experience.
Our kitchen has a great collection of camp-favourite recipes that you'll love, whether it's ribs, chicken or one of Brian's famous steaks off the grill. You'll begin your day with a hearty breakfast. Our guides will prepare your catch for shorelunch at a scenic point on the river or at the Lodge picnic area. Then it's back to fishing and working up an appetite for dinner and dessert.
Admiral Tom Donaldson 18-1/2 inch smallmouth bass.
Scott Mattson with a fabulous 43-inch Northern Pike.
Dave_Tomfohrde with a trophy Pine Island Lodge.smallmouth bass.
Jo looking pretty pleased with her trophy Pine Island Lodge smallmouth bass
Jeff Kirby and his son Chandler celebrate their 20th summer at Pine Island Lodge with a nice pair of smallmouth bass.
Chandler Kirby lands a lengthy northern pike at Pine Island Lodge, Winnipeg River, Manitoba Canada, summer 2016
Looks like the Kirby clan caught themselves a tasty shorelunch
Chandler Kirby with a Master Angler smallmouth bass.
2015 Monster Sturgeon
Pine Island guest Bob Wood's century-old
sturgeon caught with a jig and 10-pound test line!
Pine Island Lodge guide Todd Knox estimated that the fish weighed 85 to 100 pounds and was between 90 and 100 years old.
Chase Roberts with a 'tall-as-me!' 39-inch northern pike.
Chase Roberts--on his first fishing trip to Pine Island Lodge, Manitoba--hauled in a number of memorable fish including this hefty 38-inch pike.
Bob Lindren holding his Manitoba Master Angler walleye.
Frank Rathman with a Master Angler qualifying 44-inch northern pike!
Ryan Lindren holding his 36-inch northern pike with brother David Lindren peeking out from behind the tail.
Eric Beaudry with trophy smallmouth bass.
Pine Island Lodge guest Jason King sets the bar high with a hefty 20-inch Master Angler smallmouth bass!
Children have a great at Pine Island Lodge and sometimes out fish the adults like Katy did with this trophy smallmouth bass.
Abby proudly poses with her hefty northern pike along with guide Dave.
To ensure every guest enjoys the Pine Island Lodge experience and is eager to return year after year.
Incredible Place! Incredible Price!
"The lodge is wonderful, food superb, cabins comfortable and the scenery is breathtaking. The staff are delightful, guides knowledgable, and the owners are accommodating beyond belief."
My Best Advice, Bring a Fly Rod!
"Over the years we've learned a trick or two about fishing the waters around Pine Island for Smallmouth, Pike, and Walleye, and the best piece of advice I can offer is, BRING A FLY ROD!"
Landing Memories for 3 Generations
"My family started fishing at Pine Island Lodge some 29 years ago. Now our third generation is joining us."
5 Days – 20 Trophy Smallmouth!
"The average catch was 20-40 fish per day, per boat. Twenty trophies, all smallmouths, taken by six anglers, most on topwater flies."
Location! Location! Location!
Pine Island's strategic location is prime fishing real estate with a million dollar view.
The Winnipeg River is an abundant fishery with an endless variety of structure holding trophy Smaallmouth Bass, Northern Pike and tasty Walleye in large lake-like areas, bays studded with spruce and birch covered islands, rocky reefs, immense weed beds, submerged gravel bars that step from 8 ft. to 100 ft. of water, and coves and inlets fringed with lily pads and wild rice.