Moon party makes August trip… again

Posted by on Sunday, August 17, 2008 at 8:16 am

Seseganaga Lake is well known for the “chef’s pleasure” (walleye, northern and lake trout)

It is possible to catch all three species in one day on this lake.

Vernice Moon has caught many walleye in his day and still gets a thrill from landing fish like the old days.

Roger Breitsprecher catches his share more.

Tags: , , ,
[ssba url="" title="Moon party makes August trip… again"]

Seseganaga August fishing

Posted by on Friday, August 15, 2008 at 8:07 am

A week on Seseganaga Lake in August can produce some nice results. We’ve dealt with high water, bad weather and bugs this summer but it has been worth it when the fishing has been “on”.

Craig Sherven added several more photos to his bragging wall with some of these fish. One of these fish would make a trip more.

Tags: , , ,
[ssba url="" title="Seseganaga August fishing"]

“Bigger than my brother!”

Posted by on Wednesday, August 13, 2008 at 8:25 am

Lane Krenzen returned from a fly in trip with a huge smile bragging of a fish “Bigger than my brother!” An inch or two more and it would have been bigger than Lane too.

The northern was 42 inches long and put up quite a battle. Maybe next time he will hold it himself. The rule around here is more.

Tags: , , ,
[ssba url="" title="“Bigger than my brother!”"]

Hilltop Lake June 08

Posted by on Saturday, August 9, 2008 at 7:54 am

It may not look much like June weather, but these Hilltop Lake photos are from the middle of June 08. It only rained twice that week, once for 3 days and next for 4 days.

Gary Patton took his wife, son and grandson on trip to Hilltop and found the fishing great in spite of the unseasonal weather. more.
Tags: , , ,
[ssba url="" title="Hilltop Lake June 08"]

Metionga Lake 2008-08-05

Posted by on Wednesday, August 6, 2008 at 7:22 am

This morning’s email included a note from the Bluchier Crew who left our place yesterday. It is great to get feed back from our guests. This one I have to share!

“The 6 of us just came out of the Metionga Lake at Ignace Outposts’ Cabin #3. We experienced the most fabulous fishing more.

Tags: , , ,
[ssba url="" title="Metionga Lake 2008-08-05"]

Is there such a thing as a bad day of fishing?

Posted by on Monday, August 4, 2008 at 8:38 am

Nick Transue and a “hammer handle” northern. Lots of these in the lakes.

Wesley Transue with a typical Irene Lake trout. Lots of these too!

A little persistence pays off. The smile says it all.

Father and son, Nick and Wesley Transue from Florida spent a week at Irene Lake with 4 others. The more.

Tags: , , , ,
[ssba url="" title="Is there such a thing as a bad day of fishing?"]

Good reason not to skinny dip

Posted by on Friday, August 1, 2008 at 8:23 am

Larry Schroedle of the Olson crew on Seseganaga Lake captured the largest northern last week with this 49 incher. (easily over 30 lbs)

I’ve heard that many guys take the opportunity to jump in the lake while on their trips to the wilderness; often wearing nothing more than a birthday suit. After seeing fish like this I would think skinny more.

Tags: ,
[ssba url="" title="Good reason not to skinny dip"]

July at Seseganaga

Posted by on Thursday, July 31, 2008 at 12:05 pm

Many folks shy away from July fishing figuring they can do better in June or Sept. Bob Olson and his crew from Chicago have been coming to Seseganaga Lake every July for over a decade. They can attest that not only is the weather generally more stable and bugs less, the fishing is nothing short of phenomenal.

The third week more.

Tags: , ,
[ssba url="" title="July at Seseganaga"]