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Saganaga Lake BWCA

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Hey all,

My two best friends and I always go camping at Sag for a chance to fish together again ( we all grew up on the same lake and now live in different towns). We usually go at the end of June, but this year we are going May 29th-June 3rd. Anybody have any input for depths and tatics? We usually lindy rig leeches, cast raps, and slip float...any info would be nice. Our first target is walleyes and then our second is smallies. Thanks, and any bit of info would help.

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anybody? any info would be helpful, thanks

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I fished up there last year in mid june with the seagull creek fishing camp, they are very good guides if your interested in hiring a guide. We did the best using slip bobbers and leeches in like 15-20 feet of water but also got a couple in 7 feet. It still amazes me how it seems like every walleye in that lake weighs at least 4 pounds!

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