An even better reason not to skinny dip!

Posted by on Sunday, August 3, 2008 at 8:22 am

The Transue party just returned from Irene lake this morning with tales of prehistoric proportions.

I’ve seen this turtle before and have also seen one at least twice this size on Irene Lake but these are the first recorded evidence of the monster.

The guys saw the turtle off the dock and managed to get some great photos. more.

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Father and son

Posted by on Monday, July 28, 2008 at 8:53 am

Jim Harnish and his son Toby spent a few quality days together at Irene Lake. They flew out this morning all smiles and thrilled with the time spent together. This was their first fly out experience and one that will provide fish tales and memories to be shared for many years to come. My bet is that 20 years from more.

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Mystery Fish at Irene Lake

Posted by on Tuesday, July 8, 2008 at 8:00 am


Here is the picture I promised you of the fish in front of the cabin. Dean

Dean Setser had an amazing trip to Irene Lake the last week of June. He says he caught the fish of a lifetime. Dean described his fish to me and of course I didn’t believe him. I told him I needed more.

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Family Trip

Posted by on Monday, July 7, 2008 at 2:35 pm

We get many groups of family members heading off to our camps for a week of fishing. Yesterday Dr. Bill Dowhos took his sons, son-in-law and grandson into Irene Lake for a few days of camaraderie. Bill has been with us before but it is the first trip for the rest of the crew.

I’ve seen few groups more.

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More Irene Lake Bass

Posted by on Thursday, July 3, 2008 at 8:29 am

Irene Lake is a favorite for many groups for two reasons. Firstly, since it is our closest lake, the cost is the least. Secondly, it produces trophy walleye, northern, lake trout and smallies. The smallmouth fishing is well worth the effort. Pound for pound, no fresh water fish fights like a smallmouth bass. more.

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More Seseganaga Northern

Posted by on Wednesday, June 18, 2008 at 6:23 am

Bruce Fritzsche

Mark Fritzsche

Brothers Mark and Bruce Frtizsche managed rather nice northerns while on Seseganaga last week. One fish was 47 inches and the other was 46. I don’t believe it is my place to tell which is which. There is no doubt that Seseganaga produces some great angling opportunities.

Walleye fishing has not been the greatest more.

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