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 more.

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Walleyes too

Posted by on Saturday, July 23, 2011 at 5:50 am

Yesterday I posted about Jeff’s 50 inch northern pike at Metionga Lake .

They caught lots of walleye too! 

Metionga Walleye

The weather wasn’t too shabby either.

Metionga Walleye pike

Jeff wrote on his facebook page

“1 of about 600 walleyes caught by me and my dad in six days. No exaggeration.”

No wonder they rebooked same week same lake, more.

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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

The more.

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Dee does it again

Posted by on Friday, July 8, 2011 at 6:01 am


Dee and Dave have been fishing with us for years on Metionga Lake

It seems from the pictures and reports, Dee consistently out fishes Dave.  Either it is pure skill, or Dave is smart enough to know how to make this an annual trip.  I am just speculating, but either way, it is always great to see you more.

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You never know…

Posted by on Friday, June 17, 2011 at 5:50 am

You never know what is going to take your hook on Metionga Lake .  Chances are it is a feisty walleye looking for a dinner invitation, or a lunker northern testing your tackle and resolve. Sometimes it is something that looks prehistoric and plain weird – the fish I mean.


It looks like this is a small burbot.  Burbots are more.

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Beats working

Posted by on Thursday, June 16, 2011 at 6:00 am

The Lehman Party from Iowa has been making an annual trip with us for many years.   Jim, the group kahuna, shows off how it is done.

Metionga Lake Pike 11

Catching and releasing pike like this is all just part of the fun on Metionga Lake

I know too many guys who live to work.  Take a little time and turn more.

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