Lac Seul

1/2/15 @ 3:57 PM
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rmba
rmba
MEMBER since 7/1/10
Looking to go to Lac Seul, I never been there and don't have any idea where to stay, what area to stay in, would like to fish for walleye, looking for Maybe June unless someone has a better time. Would need to rent a boat. We would also hire a guide. tried the internet but it is over whelming, and still don't know what area to look at.
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10/4/18 @ 2:05 PM
SeabeeVet
SeabeeVet
USER since 11/29/17
Heading up there on Sunday, any reports or tips?

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6/30/18 @ 12:30 PM
Tank 71
Tank 71
USER since 4/5/05

We are just getting back home now.  We had an excellent week walleye fishing.  A lot of fish were caught with most being near the slot or in the slot.  We also had many above the slot with the biggest couple of fish going 27.5 inches.  Walleye were caught from 10 to 18 feet pulling crawler harnesses or jigging wind blown points in 7 to 10 fow.  Most days we boated well over 100 walleyes per boat.  Pike fishing was tougher as the weeds were not quite as far along as we are used to.  We found our best success targeting wind blown rocky points with weeds near shallow bays.  They were also biting harnesses while eye fishing. We had a large number in the slot with our best fish going 38 inches.  We also lost a few large fish.  Smallmouth were also tougher than we are used to.  We fished rock humps in bays.  We are used to aggressive topwater bites but that wasn't the case this year.  We had to slow down and fish them with swim jigs and tubes. We saw many nice fish but couldn't get them to commit.  We had one good afternoon catching about 30 bass averaging 3 pounds.  Biggest of the trip was around 20 inches.  We fished between Taylor island and Sen bay as well as the pine point and canoe bay area.  I would say the mayfly hatch is about halfway through as well.  

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6/21/18 @ 10:48 PM
Tank 71
Tank 71
USER since 4/5/05

All packed up and ready to go in a few hours.  I will have to try senn bay when we are up by Taylor island.  I'm also thinking about trying a few new areas up by pine point.  The weather looks beautiful after the rain Saturday so fishing should be good.  I will report how it went when I get back

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6/3/18 @ 8:56 PM
EZ
EZ
MEMBER since 7/3/01

Just got back from our annual trip. We've been  staying near Mahkwa for 7 years now and Pine Point area has been our favorite, although it's tough to pick a favorite. Been fishing Lac Seul since mid-90's, used to stay near Hudson and even did the houseboat thing once, also at Taylors Bay. Make sure you hit Senn Bay, but be careful getting into it.  If you go to Pine, the eyes should be holding in 15 to 20 fow by then, and maybe deeper. Don't exclude Banatine Point across to the west from Pine Point. There are always nice fish to be caught there, even in August; they just slide deeper as the season progresses. We get them in 5 to 10 fow on plastics for our opener trips.  Good luck and report back. 


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5/28/18 @ 8:23 PM
Tank 71
Tank 71
USER since 4/5/05

Are there any lake linkers heading up to lac seul this summer?  I'm heading up with 5 guys the last full week in June.  We are taking a house boat from Hudson up to Taylor Island and then to end the week we will be up by pine point.  I will  be sure to report when I get back.  We have been going for a few years now and I'm just starting learn the lake a bit.

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7/1/16 @ 5:28 AM
Bullman
Bullman
USER since 4/10/15

Looking for anyone that has gone to Lac Seul Outpost Lodge on the Northeast end.  Thinking about heading to this camp next year.

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2/24/16 @ 3:55 PM
fishguidealso
fishguidealso
USER since 2/5/10
I would suggest onaway lodge on the west side of lac seul. Fantastic cabins and boats.Early season on lac seul is still pretty good fishing but to get to good areas after the spawn means long boat rides which are fine on calm days bug that lake can turn ugly very fast.Fishing from mid july on fishing is closer and better and keeps getting better.Going out there for your first time will seem overwhelming, i would suggest taking a guide along for at least a day.That would probably save your trip.

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2/23/16 @ 8:54 PM
lunker75
lunker75
USER since 12/13/13
Winoga lodge great place great guides look at uncutangling video aron wieb / lac seul musky walleye on youtube

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2/8/16 @ 9:14 PM
AJPACK
AJPACK
USER since 4/30/15
We went to Lac Suel Lodge. we were able to get all accommodation thru them. We were able to rent boats, hire a guide, and have a nice cabin on the lake. Well worth it, and all the hands that Rod (the owner) has are great. All boat hands are very knowledgeable of the lake and keep tabs on where the fish are. We went the last weekend of may in 2014.

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10/29/15 @ 9:09 AM
canadianjoe
canadianjoe
USER since 7/18/13
If your headed to the Ear Falls section ensure to have some extra gas, and good electronics to explore. Yes it is busy there but you can find some very good fishing in that general area. Best to have a good size Boat that is needed for the wide open parts of the main lake as she can get rough! Most fishing this lake have camp boats with small <60hp outboards. We do quite a bit of fishing on the main lake and only see an occasional boat in the distance. I now live in Wisconsin and only return for a week or two each summer. We usually take quart of Gulp, 1/2 gallon salted minnows, and flat of crawlers(pending weather). It took me until early October to finally start recovering from Walleye Elbow! CPR all those over the slot and it will stay that way! If you're looking for some Big PIKE Lac Seul has those too! Smile

Stay in Dryden take your own boat that will give you options. Go Eagle for Muskie/Northern/Walleye in that order. Ord another, Lac Suel for a couple of days. The list goes on. I couldn't see leaving a 50K boat at home. Mostly gravel roads you'll need a Rock Tamer, bow guard, Rhino coated trailer, and extra tires

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