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10-29-2010 04:51 PM
Lac Seul which boat

Hi all. I'm looking for somone with Lac Seul experience to help me plan which boat to take on a trip next summer with my family of 5 for walleyes.

We are going in Mid July and staying near Ear Falls. Here are the choices:

1. My fishing boat is a 24 foot seaswirl striper with twin 4 stroke outboards. The boat has a livewell, trolls nicely, plenty of room to fish. It handles rough weather fine, lots of rod holders, and has good electronics. I do not have an electric trolling motor on it, so for jigging and casting it will be anchored. It also is a lot of weight to tow from Michigan.

2. I also have access to a much smaller 21 foot boat that has a nice electric trolling motor on it for boat positioning and trolling. It is much lighter to tow. However, it is really a ski boat without any fishing
paraphernalia except a GPS/sounder.
If anyone knows the Ear Falls area, let me know which you would bring.
Is the ramp at Ear Falls able to handle the bigger boat?
What about that part of Lac Seul (shallow? rough? narrow channels? etc.)

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