East Goose Lake
East Goose Lake was one of the first aerated trout lakes in the region and has historical significance in the creation of the first-ever Canadian National Fly-Fishing Championship. Located right in the town of Roblin, this lake features very large brown trout, rainbow trout, perch and walleye. It is not uncommon to catch a 75-cm fish out of this lake. In addition to the all-female rainbows stocked province-wide by Manitoba Fisheries, this lake holds both the female and male sexes of a unique strain of rainbows found only in Roblin, coined Markosky Trout. This lake has multiple docks, picnic tables, a boat launch, and is serviced by a campground with a shower and washroom facility.