Seseganaga Northern Action

Posted by on Monday, August 2, 2010 at 6:24 am

Tom and his buddies – retired Chicago cops – make an annual trip to Seseganaga in mid July.  They love to eat walleye but fighting northern pike are high on the list of things to do. 




Bringing in a large northern must remind them of bringing in the bad guys when they more.

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How do you spell success – Seseganaga

Posted by on Tuesday, July 27, 2010 at 6:27 am

I suppose the prime measure of a fishing trip is catching fish. All our lakes produce numbers as well quality.

Seseganaga Lake is a primary choice for having the experience of a lifetime – not that you would want to do it only once.

john walleye

matt pike

Catchin’ them and lettin’ them go for another more.

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How can we not like our job?

Posted by on Friday, July 16, 2010 at 7:39 am

“Hello Brad and Karen.

I would just like to thank you and your wife for the wonderful trip and opportunity to spend time at Seseganaga Lake.

This was my first trip to Seseganaga and what an experience.  My son will never forget this trip and the fun he had there.  Hundreds of Walleye were caught and glad to say released more.

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Catch photo and release

Posted by on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at 6:04 am

Andy Filer had  boat partners on Seseganaga Lake last week during a family trip that kept him busy with the net and camera.






Not sure if Dad or Phil sent these yet, so here’s a few …the big walleye was 27 ½” and the northern was 37” (caught on a jig)…both were released more.

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Memories of summer

Posted by on Sunday, November 8, 2009 at 9:06 am

Nov 2/2009  via email

Hi, Brad & Karen,

I just thought I would drop a note to tell you how much we enjoyed our fishing trip this summer. The cabin was in good shape as always & Joe stopped in for coffee about every morning to tell us any news. The fishing was a little slow for the first more.

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Mid Sept double header

Posted by on Saturday, September 26, 2009 at 7:30 am


Last weekend, Sept 18 to 20 saw some of the best weather of the summer.  The fishing was absolutely amazing.  I was at Seseganaga Lake to paint some floors and do some other odd jobs (digging outhouse holes) but couldn’t help myself from getting out on the lake too.  Literally, the jig couldn’t hit the bottom before a walleye was more.

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Happy Crew

Posted by on Tuesday, August 11, 2009 at 7:30 am

Every year we see many groups in the 10 to 12 man range.  The Healy/Loftus group from Minnesota numbered 13 making them our largest group for 2009.  They go to Seseganaga Lake yearly and have more fun than should be allowed. 

This year’s trip was a little unusual in that weather delays kept 3 of the 13 in Ignace for 2 more.

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