05-24-2004, 06:48 AM
Its going to be a long 4 days at work this week. I'll be fishing Lac Suel and surrounding lakes and rivers, any fishing reports around the Ear Falls area? Looking forward to some good Walleye fishing, looking at the weather over the past week it looks like were going to hit it at a good time. Hey: If ya see an avacado colored Starcraft boat with Suzuki 60 HP flag us down its nice to see how other guys are doing on the lake and what type of presentation is working the best. Good luck to all!!!!!!!!!!!!!
WHAT PART ARE YOU GOING TO ? I'LL BE UP THERE AL WEEK AS WELL, WE GO TO WHITEWING RESORT AND STAY ON THE HOUSE BOAT. IF I SEE YOU I'LL FLAG YOU DOWN. WE WILL HAVE A 16' GRUMAN ALUMINUM BOAT 40HP MERC.
1 GUY IN OUR GROUP HAS GONE 20 YEARS I'VE BEEN GOING 7YEARS ALWAYS GOOD FISHING. WE USUALLY FISH MANITU AND ALTIMITER CREEKS WHICH COME FROM BROAD AND SUNLIGHT LAKES.
I'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU
05-24-2004, 07:41 AM
I'll be going out of Ear Falls I'm staying in a motel because I dont want to be stuck on one lake all week. It will be my first time fishing Lac Suel I'v done my homework and look forward to some great fishing. Good Luck, should be on the lake Friday afternoon, I have 12 hour drive from Upper Michigan.
05-25-2004, 07:33 AM
Are you staying at the Tillium?
I too will be up there starting friday afternoon. I have an old Ranger bass boat with a 115 Merc on the back, stop an say hi if you see us. Good luck and Good fishing.
05-25-2004, 07:36 AM
Yes I'll be at the trillium stop by the beer will be cold.
05-25-2004, 07:41 AM
I think we will be staying there on Friday night. I'll look for ya.
By the way, which neighboring lakes are you thinking of fishing? Lac Seul pretty much has everything you could ask for except lakers.
05-25-2004, 08:01 AM
Going to Fish Below the Dam of Lac Seul on the River and try some smaller lakes in the area hopefully we can find some nice eyes on smaller lakes if the weather gets bad on the big lakes. May even head up to the the Red Lake area and try Gullrock but pretty much playing by ear. Hope the walleye are as hungry as i am.
Just got back from a week on Lac Suel. We stay on a houseboat and fish the upper reaches Northeast (Wepesi Bay, Birch Narrows, etc) and this was our 14th year. Fishing was a little slow but, certainly not poor. We did get many fish in the 24-28" range and a lot more "slotters". Typical rigs are jig/minnow (salty) or worms. Weather was good and the water level was quite high for this time of year. We spent a day in Sen bay also and the fire of last year was certainly obvious. All in all, a very good trip and I rate this as one of the best walleye fisheries in North America.