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Report from Mahkwa area on Lac Seul

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Water temps were way warmer this year than normal. Probably not a huge suprise. We had no problems catching fish in Vaughn but they were the smaller fish that we found. Good fishing for a meal though good fishing right on the west shoreline at the narrows after the bridge going into Vaughn. We spent most of our 5 days fishing up at Wolf Narrows. We had a good tip from a friend that was coming back the day we left he said they had caught nice fish around this area. We found fish from 10-30 fow. That was the goofy thing to they moved around everyday. First day we found them in 21 fow then the next it was 15-17. In talking with other guys up there they were fishing different areas but finding the same thing. The fish also seemed pretty spread out not as schooled up as we normally have found at the same time of year. The Fri before we left it rained all day and then the Sun night-Mon morning while we were there it rain hard. So I don't know if with those two weather systems it scatter the fish or what. But we didn't fish a single spot and not catch fish just some were better than others. We caught several slot fish and fish upto the biggest of the trip 25 3/4" . Probably 4 around 24". Good trip as far as bait nothing seemed to stand out as the best. Leechs were a steady producer. Our salted Minnows did well most mornings but then died off and night crawlers seemed to take over. Gulp worked very well as too.

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