Nice Fish 2010

Posted by on Wednesday, June 2, 2010 at 7:00 am

Irene 2010 002

Irene Lake is known as “Extra Large Walleye Lake” for a reason.  We don’t see lots of Walleye on Irene Lake but the ones you do get are extra large. 

Nice fish, nice scenery but I’m not sure sure about the rest of the photo.  Thanks for the picture Joe.  See you again soon. more.
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more from opening week

Posted by on Friday, May 28, 2010 at 6:49 am



“Brad, Attached are three pictures I told you I would send. Wanted to let you know I had a great time and am looking forward to next year. Hope you and Karen have a happy and successful year. Jack S.” more.
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Thinking of summer

Posted by on Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 10:31 am

As the weather hints of spring, the days get longer, and snow piles retreat we begin to think of summer.  Summer brings open water and fly- in fishing.  At Ignace Outposts we get excited at the thought of feisty walleye, lunker northern, heavy trout and  fighting bass.

I am learning we are not the only ones thinking of these things. more.
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Moose On

Posted by on Wednesday, September 30, 2009 at 7:44 am

Our fishing parties are officially over for the season. This is unfortunate since the fishing is nothing but exceptional right now.

We have a few archery moose hunting parities out now. The rifle hunters arrive in a week or so. Besides moose hunting they can partake in some great walleye fishing. The northern are hitting too.

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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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Releasing the big one

Posted by on Monday, September 7, 2009 at 8:32 am

Jon Loth has the right idea.  The big walleye are better off in the lake.  The smaller ones provide a tasty meal and the larger walleye can be turned to the lake to breed more feisty, tasty little ones. 


Our camp policy is that all walleye over 22 inches are retuned to the lake.  We’ve seen an more.

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Summer Walleye

Posted by on Monday, August 24, 2009 at 7:04 am


I don’t know why some guys sit in the cabin when the lake is calm and the sun is high. In fact many don’t even consider a summer trip because there is misconception that walleye don’t bite in the summer. 

How wrong can you be.  Our waters stay cold the the walleye like to eat.  What more more.

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