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Saganaga Depth Map

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Anyone have an idea where I can find a depth map for Sag? (at least the MN side, but if the whole lake is available, thats even better) The DNR only has Red Rock bay available online, and I have checked all of the other usual places, but no one seems to have depths for that lake.

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I trust you've checked Fisher maps (http://www.fishermapsmn.com/maps/ --- [email protected])- Their older version of the "E-23 Saganaga Lake - Enlarged" map only showed "reefs". Maybe they have updated it since my copy. Otherwise, some of the gas stations/bait shops around Grand Marie MN might have a competitor's map. The best way to go if you can afford it is to hire a guide at least for a day. My son had fantastic walleye fishing with a guide from Seagull Creek Fishing Camp - http://www.seagullcreekfishingcamp.com/ --- request their brochure and give it a look. Consider also the neighboring lakes which have limited motor-fishing opportunities but unlimited canoe-fishing opportunities. I love the area but have a problem with the 550 mile drive each way - Good Luck.

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