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sturgeon lake near savant lake.

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My son was lucky enough to win a weeks stay at Trappers Point Lodge. This trip will take place the first week in sept. sept1-8. Right now im gathering information. Overall health of the fishery. Personal stories of your trips, etc, We are staying at the northern most finger of lake.  Considering the size of this body of water we are just trying to size things up in ragards to how far we will have to motor by boat to get to good eye/laker/northern fishing. Any and all info is greatly appreciated. We are from west central wisconsin and have NO water that even approached sturgeon in size. I find attacking a lake such as this very intimidating.

 

Thanks again guys

Cronk

Stay safe and good fishin!!!

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Well this has getten 0 responses despite a lot of views. so im thinking i asked the wrong question. so here it goes.

Is there a particular reason to avoid strugeon lake from a fisheries stand point.. as stated above we will be at trappers point lodge in sept. But if the info is this slow in coming i would have to believe there is not much positive to say. Local guides resort owners including the one we are staying with and the ontario tourism board have so far not gotten back to me. This sadly is what leads me to think sturgeon is not a fantastic/healthy fishery. So maybe i just ask about lakes in the immediate area, such as squaw lake,eady lake, string bean, six mile lake, beckington, barnard, princess, and vanessa. maybe people can shed some light on these lakes. We will have access to those as well.

 

Thanks again Cronk

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I am sure there are very few here that would know anything about that lake   I know I had to look it up on google to find where it was 

 

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look up Mike Borger on Facebook, if I was looking for info on a lake up north I'd ask him

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