Dad can do it too

Posted by on Sunday, July 24, 2011 at 5:55 am

Metionga Northern

I am sure some of the rods and reels Jeff and Jeff (father and son) brought to Metionga Lake a few weeks ago needed a little maintenance when they got home.   Nothing like field testing the equipment in the real world.

With fish like these being cranked in you’d almost think axel grease would hold up better than light reel ...read more.

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50 incher – THE BIG ONES ARE STILL HERE!

Posted by on Friday, July 22, 2011 at 5:45 am

No need to photoshop or stretch this one.  There is nothing worse than seeing a 30 incher described as a 40 incher. 

For those who think you need to go to Northern Saskatchewan for lunkers, here is a 50 inch Northern caught and live released on Dove Lake a portage lake off Metionga Lake .

The photo op

Northern Pike Dove

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Sour Gummy bait?

Posted by on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 5:49 am

Brad, Here are some pictures from our trip last week on Seseganaga Lake.  The northern was 39", caught by my brother Jack.  The big walleye was 29".  Look carefully at the picture of the smaller walleye–caught it on a pink-and-blue sour gummy worm on a jighead.  Those Canadian walleyes will eat just about anything! Mike

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Not bad

Posted by on Monday, July 11, 2011 at 6:35 am

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It seems that Seseganaga Lake just keeps on giving up lunker northern pike. 

Hang on to your rod when fishing this lake.  These fish fight like they would rather not visit with you.  They will attack most anything that looks like a meal. And that seems to be anything smaller than themselves. 

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Great Seseganaga Trip

Posted by on Saturday, July 9, 2011 at 6:08 am

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From Indiana, the trip to Ignace Outposts may seem like a lengthy drive.  To Leigh and the crew, the annual trip flies by as fishing stories are rehashed and anticipation grows. 

Leigh had a great trip on Seseganaga Lake with more than one fish that would make a trip.  Great to see the pictures and even better knowing that the fish ...read more.

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Flindt Lake Northern Pike

Posted by on Tuesday, June 21, 2011 at 6:00 am

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Dave works in an office all day in real life. When away from the office, Dave finds relaxation hauling in lunker Northern Pike. Dave and the guys, mostly family, spent a week at Flindt Lake earlier this month and now the fish stories are flowing in.

There is no need to enhance the story when pictures like this are ...read more.

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Catch and Consume Policy:

Posted by on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 8:13 am

 

At Ignace Outposts we are leaders in conservation practices. We insist our guests kill only those fish they are going to eat and limit eating fish to the smaller tastier ones. It is our policy to live release ALL large fish. Walleye over 22”, northern over 27”, bass over 18” and trout over 24” must be released. We ask ...read more.

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