More Seseganaga Tails (Tales)

Posted by on Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 7:59 am

Rose Schulte on her first trip to Seseganga with her husband Ted and two other couples shows off a nice walleye. She also lays claim to the biggest walleye (28 inches) of the group during this trip.

Not to be out done, Ted poses with an eater of his own.

Dave Mooney caught and released more.

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More Seseganaga Northern

Posted by on Wednesday, June 18, 2008 at 6:23 am

Bruce Fritzsche

Mark Fritzsche

Brothers Mark and Bruce Frtizsche managed rather nice northerns while on Seseganaga last week. One fish was 47 inches and the other was 46. I don’t believe it is my place to tell which is which. There is no doubt that Seseganaga produces some great angling opportunities.

Walleye fishing has not been the greatest more.

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Seseganaga Slam

Posted by on Monday, June 16, 2008 at 8:08 am

Seseganaga Lake is and has been one of our best producing lakes. Over the years, our repeat list of guests grows continually. Once you are “hooked” on Seseganaga, it is hard to get away to another lake. Bill Heston and his dad as well as the rest of their group of 7 to 8 have been regularly coming to Seseganaga more.

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Seseganaga Lake Monster

Posted by on Friday, June 13, 2008 at 4:14 pm

It is hard to believe it is already mid June. The Hansen party from Wisc. just spent a cold, wet week on Seseganaga Lake. They flew out today with tales of monster fish. Rather than me write a few thousand words describing their adventure, here is the proof:

This northern measured out at 48 and 1/2 and 3/4 more.

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A handfull of Pike

Posted by on Friday, June 6, 2008 at 8:17 am

Sometimes the only way to describe the fishing at Ignace Outposts is by a photo or two. There is no doubt, Metionga Lake is a popular destination for anglers, and this is a primary reason it is so.

From Bill Erickson

“Brad…here’s some more pictures of Jack Sutliff, from our opening week trip at Metionga. The big northern he is more.
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Monster Northern

Posted by on Saturday, April 19, 2008 at 10:21 am

Over the last few years, I have received many emails regarding this monster northern.

All kinds of places have been claiming this fish from Saskatchewan, Lake of the Woods, Wisc. and Manitoba. It is no doubt it is a big fish. I would love to claim it for Seseganaga, Flindt, Hilltop or Metionga Lakes. I am sure more.

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