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 but to have such a variety, either he is on a great lake or rather lucky. He tells me it has something to do with skill but my thoughts are location, location, location.
Walleye were not bad at all.
Lake trout in 70 to 80 feet, right on the bottom with a white jig and white plastic tail.
Northern pike this chunky fight like a turbo charged bass.