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Old 12-19-2018, 01:14 PM
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I fished Dinorwic and Wabigoon twice for about two weeks each time. The fishing was awesome. Both have now become crappie factories along with the perch. Walleye fishing was outstanding once you located them. Musky are abundant as well as pike. Smallmouth fishing was out of this world good this year. The sad part were people filleting 20+ inch fish and there were many. I also fished Lac Seul the last two years and yes it's a walleye factory. We caught many 18-23 inch fish, some in the 25 inch range and one over 28. For strict walleye fishing that's where I would go but for unlimited species Dinorwic would be my choice.
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Old 09-18-2019, 05:04 AM
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The Lake is now a crappie factory.
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Old 09-20-2019, 06:39 PM
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Dang nice crappie. What part of the lake do you find best for them? I was told this summer the pencil reeds heading into Butler was always a good place to hit, but never fished for them.

I love Dinorwic, I fish out of Huber's so it's only a short boat ride to either lake. Caught my personal best muskie there a few months ago, and my friend raised a super tanker the next day.
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Old 09-21-2019, 05:47 AM
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Hi troutwater, we catch them early in the reeds, weeds and shallows and late off island drops. We caught three just over fifteen inches this year. We too love the Wabigoon system.
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Old 04-07-2020, 10:48 AM
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Realize this is an older thread. I fished Wabigoon last year for the first time, we enjoyed it and have 2 trips scheduled back there this year at Bonny Bay Camp. (For reference we have been fishing the Dryden Area for the past 11 years Route Lake Lodge with trips to Lac Seul, Gilbert, Bailey, and Bluett) While the numbers were not “Lac Seul” numbers, the actual quality of Walleyes were better in my opinion. My best advice is make sure you have a GPS and Lake Map Chip.
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