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Pelican Lake is the largest navigable lake in south western Manitoba, Canada. It is 14 miles long and 1 1/2 miles wide. The lake is suitable for sailing, water activities, cottagers and home owners. The town of Ninette is at the north end of the lake. Ninette is less than a one hour drive to Brandon, MB, or 2 hour drive to Winnipeg, MB. The lake is located in the Rural Municipalities of Turtle Mountain, Strathcona and Riverside.
Pelican Lake is approximately 14 miles long by 1.5 miles wide. The beauty of the valley is enhanced by the prolific growth of oak, elm, ash, poplar and some birch trees covering the surrounding hills. As far as wildlife is concerned, white tailed deer are common with elk and moose inhabiting the area. Also in the area are red fox, coyote, porcupines, beavers and muskrats.
The lake teems with Northern Pike (Jack), Walleyes (Pickerel) and Perch. Fishing is a year-round pastime in this area. Try your luck! Many a master angleraward has come from the waters of Pelican Lake.
Pelican Lake is the largest navigable body of water in south-west Manitoba.
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