Posted by on Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 11:10 am

This summer high water levels caused both us and our guests at Seseganaga Lake significant grief.  Aircraft were loaded and unloaded on the beach, guests had to move their gear across the bay to cabin #4 since the dock there was under water and docks were torn apart by wave and water action. 

This fall we worked on a plan to ...read more.

Doing it Right

Posted by on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at 8:46 am

The weather has been too warm, it has been too cold, too much rain, bugs are bad, blue berries are ready to be picked, fishing has bee awesome,  and I can come up with more excuses at why my blog posts are not regular. 

In any case, this one is about doing it right while catching and releasing large ...read more.

Cooked to perfection

Posted by on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 11:40 am

As I’ve written earlier, we’ve decided to phase out our gas grills and have installed wood/charcoal grills at our camps.  There is a learning curve for those who have never cooked on coals or wood.  Besides having steaks that taste better, there is a little more time for socializing and beverages. 


Bill,Ted and the guys write “Capping ...read more.

Seseganaga Lake Trout

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 11:37 am

Seseganaga Lake is an amazing lake.  It produces some of the largest Northern Pike in Ontario, Walleyes that are worth bragging about and some magnificent Lake Trout. 

Last week Seseganaga Joe, our camp attendant there was fishing for some small walleye supper guests when he latched onto a 33 inch Laker.  Joe is a hearty fellow, able to lift jerry ...read more.

The other side of the camera.

Posted by on Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 7:37 am

Mike, from the previous two posts, can be counted on to get me some great fish pictures for this blog.  He doesn’t take his own pictures though.  There is always someone else behind the camera taking the pictures and probably netting the fish.  She can catch some big ones too. 


I wonder how she managed to get ...read more.

Local knowledge

Posted by on Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 7:33 am

It sometimes takes years to learn a lake, and even then once you think you have it figured out, the fish whose IQ isn’t greater than the weight of your jig, will outsmart you.  Sometimes however those years of learning a lake can add up to some local knowledge, and we win the battle in intellect… right Mike.


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