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Entry Point 54 - Seagull Lake

Seagull Lake entry point allows overnight paddle or motor (10 HP (except where paddle only) max). This entry point is supported by Gunflint Ranger Station near the city of Grand Marais, MN. The distance from ranger station to entry point is 50 miles. No motors (use or possession) west of Three Mile Island. Large lake with several campsites. landing at Seagull Lake. This area was affected by blowdown in 1999.

Number of Permits per Day: 8
Elevation: 1205 feet
Latitude: 48.1469
Longitude: -90.8693
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GGrant
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06/13/2013 12:12AM
 
New Trip Report posted by GGrant

Trip Name: Seagull Lake Entry 2013.

Entry Point: 54

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“...whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again.” -John 4:14
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cburton103
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06/13/2013 12:30AM
 
Thanks for the report! Glad to hear you guys managed to catch some fish despite the cool water temps. We'll be headed into SAK from Moose in just a few days... thanks for helping to hold me over until then!
TeamTuna06
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06/13/2013 01:40AM
 
Nice report. We'll be headed through SAK early next week...interested to see what the water temps are like.

"If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there’d be a shortage of fishing poles." -Doug Larson
Mocha
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06/13/2013 11:10AM
 
sounds and looks like you did very well fishing and locating the fish.
great photos and happy to see your group wearing your pfd's.
boonie
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06/14/2013 12:52PM
 
Thanks for the report and pictures - sounds like you enjoyed your trip.
GGrant
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06/14/2013 01:35PM
 
Thanks for the comments.


We always dream of catching more, but we caught (and ate) enough to keep it fun and bring us back again next year.

“...whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again.” -John 4:14
shock
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06/20/2013 05:56PM
 
awesome report GGrant really enjoyed it. knowing this area well i felt like i was there :) if you had more available time in the SAK/toe,it's good. that pike had to be huge in alpine, i've heard of others hooking into some big pike on alpine and there looking for something substantial out in the rapids.

keep your line wet, good things will happen
GGrant
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06/21/2013 08:35AM
 
Thanks shock, and for the tips before we left. We will definitely pay a visit to Toe again next trip, even if just for the largemouth as there were a bunch in there. (That's the first time we actually caught LM in the BW). I do like that SAK area a lot; maybe have to change up and go in from the Ely side next time and make that our base. Never too early to start planning the next trip is it?

“...whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again.” -John 4:14
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