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peter hanman 04-27-2013 03:22 PM

Anderson's lodge and Lac Suel
 
Hello everyone,

I am planning to go on a trip to Lac Suel on the third week of may. Ill be staying at Anderson's Lodge on the southern part of the lake. I hope to try to catch all the species of fish that this lake has to offer. The trip will be guided while we're in the water. Any advice on how to fish this lake at that time of year with te winter we have had? Has anyone been to Anderson's lodge before? What did you think?

Thanks for everything.

Hardyreels 04-27-2013 03:44 PM

Re: Anderson's lodge and Lac Suel
 
Hi Peter,

I can offer no help as I've not been up there. A quick search told me that you can expect Walleye & Pike, so best to contact the lodge and inquire about flies and etc. Perhaps they will be able to provide the best for you to use. If a guided trip from a lodge I would expect your hosts to see to it that you have a fair chance at success.

Ard


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