There is always a story…

Posted by on Thursday, July 28, 2011 at 5:54 am

Lake trout

“Larry S is holding a lake trout caught minutes after arrival from in front of Irene 2. He was the first person to get a pole ready and the trout was caught from shore on the second cast.”

Not a bad way to start a trip but I think it would require a lot of effort to maintain more.

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Out of the park home run

Posted by on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at 5:48 am

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”

Lake Trout Northern P6050235 Walleye

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 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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Seseganaga Trout Fishing report

Posted by on Monday, August 3, 2009 at 7:47 am

Atlanta is a long way from Seseganaga Lake but as Phil reports from his annual trip, these lakers are worth the travel.




“Here is the second Laker I caught.  It is a twin of the first…about a half inch difference.  ~ 33” each.  I caught them both inside of 10 minutes of each other on our more.

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Seseganaga trout

Posted by on Friday, June 19, 2009 at 7:13 am

Seseganaga Lake never lets us down.  Walleye, northern and lake trout make this a fisherman’s delight. 


Mike Margitan Lake Trout

It may have been cooler than normal temps but the trout were hitting with gusto last week.

I appreciate getting photos and comments from our guests after they return home.  It makes blogging a lot easier when I have more.

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Seseganaga – “Lake of many islands” (and fish)

Posted by on Friday, January 23, 2009 at 8:58 am

This large body of water runs over 25 miles with hundreds of miles of shoreline.

There is nowhere on this lake you can be more than 1/2 a mile from shore. This lake produces consistently and is one of the few lakes in Canada where 50 inch plus NORTHERN can still be found. LAKE TROUT more.
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Lake trout

Posted by on Wednesday, December 17, 2008 at 8:07 am

We have several species of fish in the lakes we operate on. Most of our guests look primarily for walleyes to eat and northern for the fight. One of my favorites which fights like a mule and tastes great is Lake Trout .

Lake trout require cold, clear, well oxygenated water. They are found in Seseganaga Lake, Irene Lake and Gamble Lake .

In summer they often move more.

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