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Old 04-19-2016, 01:10 PM
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Default Your favorite lodge on West Lac Seul

I used to fish Lac Seul 10-20 years ago and have stayed primarily in the Ear Falls area. I've stayed 20-50 miles south of Ear Falls too at a couple nice lodges. The past 10 years our group has fished the Caribou Prov Park west of Red Lake. Our group is doing the same this year too.

However, spring 2017 our group is headed back to Lac Seul to get into some larger water. I'm curious as to what resort / outpost your prefer.

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Old 04-19-2016, 01:26 PM
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First 3-4 weeks after opener I like whitewing and that area. After that I would go lac suel lodge. Onaway lodge. Scout lake resort. Down in that area. Fishermans cove. All in that same area. That's what I used to do when we fished lac suel.
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Old 04-19-2016, 04:33 PM
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Default Goose Bay

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I used to fish Lac Seul 10-20 years ago and have stayed primarily in the Ear Falls area. I've stayed 20-50 miles south of Ear Falls too at a couple nice lodges. The past 10 years our group has fished the Caribou Prov Park west of Red Lake. Our group is doing the same this year too.

However, spring 2017 our group is headed back to Lac Seul to get into some larger water. I'm curious as to what resort / outpost your prefer.

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I have stayed at Goose Bay for many trips, Andrea has done a great job improving the cabins and docks, nice boat upgrades too.
Good luck!
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Old 04-19-2016, 08:37 PM
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My vote goes to Evergreen Lodge, you can't beat the cabins and boats. Sure it's a long boat ride to Steamboat (30 minutes), but well worth it to us! I suppose if we were fishing McKenzie, further south would make sense.
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Old 04-20-2016, 11:10 AM
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Default Lac Seul Lodge

Without a doubt, Lac Seul Lodge would be my choice. They have great cabins, boats, and equipment. It is close to great fishing in McKinzie Bay, South Inlet, Broad and Sunlight lakes and Manitoba point.
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Old 04-20-2016, 11:45 AM
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Evergreen Lodge- the cabins and boats are top Notch. Pat and Moose are super helpful. Can't wait- one month out and we'll be there!
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Old 04-20-2016, 12:25 PM
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Thumbs up West Side

For me for 17 years over 30 trips in that time, it was Fisherman's Cove.
I have since migrated to a different part of Lac Seul.
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Old 04-20-2016, 03:29 PM
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Without a doubt, Lac Seul Lodge would be my choice. They have great cabins, boats, and equipment. It is close to great fishing in McKinzie Bay, South Inlet, Broad and Sunlight lakes and Manitoba point.
Agree with the area to stay.but wouldnt consider any of those places you mentioned close. But good fishing.and i would also highly recommend onaway lodge.
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Old 04-20-2016, 06:17 PM
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Onaway. Period.

Camp boats and motors - top notch!
cabins - remodeled or new!
dock - incredible...best we've ever had at 20+ camps up that way.
Unlimited Ice - nothing worse than getting nickle and dimed for ice up there. So ridiculous.
Minnows - massive...none of those peewee crappie minnows getting passed off as fatheads. AND Kathy doesn't sit and count out each one as she scoops em up for you.

Blair and Kathy - tremendous owners and operators

I'm sure there's more!
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Old 04-20-2016, 06:52 PM
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Onaway. Period.

Camp boats and motors - top notch!
cabins - remodeled or new!
dock - incredible...best we've ever had at 20+ camps up that way.
Unlimited Ice - nothing worse than getting nickle and dimed for ice up there. So ridiculous.
Minnows - massive...none of those peewee crappie minnows getting passed off as fatheads. AND Kathy doesn't sit and count out each one as she scoops em up for you.

Blair and Kathy - tremendous owners and operators

I'm sure there's more!
And good fishing close to camp
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