When you go fishing with your kids, or grandkids, don’t look at the fish, look at their faces.read more.
Our life is one big adventure. There are some adventures that we can do without but when they turn out great like yesterday, we’ll take them as part of the job.
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! Mikeread more.
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.
Reel them in, carefully remove them ...read more.
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.
Takes a real man to hold this rod and then have it published on a fishing blog.
I guess spending $100s on gear isn’t really that necessary. I understand next year he will break in his “Spiderman” gear....read more.
Bill sent some photos of his brother’s activities on Seseganaga Lake last week.
Catching 3 species in a week is pretty much a grand slam but 4 is “out of the park”
Looks like the Lake Trout made it for supper and the Walleye, Northern and Whitefish are back in the lake waiting for another invite.
I’d say you ...read more.
The Wagner crew from Wisc have been going to Seseganaga Lake in August for almost 20 years.
Here are two of the reasons why....read more.