Lac Seul offers exceptional fishing whether you are out for trophy walleye or on the hunt for northern pike. Looking for musky or lake trout? No problem! There are plenty of lakes nearby to satisfy your craving! Your host Scott can help keep you informed of recent trends, locations and adventures to suit your needs. Shore lunch kits (fully equipped) are available to rent on a daily or weekly basis, and many protected beaches offer an experience you wont soon forget. You might even find an ancient arrow head or shards of pottery!
About Lac Seul
Lac Seul offers diversity and adventure! Walleye, Northern Pike and smallmouth bass are among the most popular species of fish pulled from this world famous lake. During your fishing experience, you will travel through open bodies of water and narrow channels to find the best reefs and rock piles to reel in your trophy fish! Download the handy mobile app Navionics Boating and be able to navigate Lac Seul in confidence
Ice fishing adventures are a great winter option at Lac Seul Wilderness Resort. You will be provided with living accommodations and day plans including maps. Lake trout, Walleye and Crappie lakes are all accessible by snow machine from the camp.
What is a day of fishing without a classic shore lunch? Shore Lunch kits (fully stocked) can be rented for the day $100 or $500 for the week. These kits include a butane 2 burner stove, frying pans, oil, fish batter, canned potatoes, canned beans, plates, all eating and cooking utensils and if you ask nicely, there may be a few homemade chocolate chips cookies in there! Each kit will have enough to serve 4 people. Extra supplies can be purchased at the office!
Ask Scott where his favorite shore lunch spot is!
Personal fuel is not allowed.
Guests must purchase licenses off location as we do not sell them.
Coolers and ice blocks are provided to keep your catch fresh on the lake. Lac Seul regulations require any fish kept to be killed. Slot size for walleye is 18”-21”. You can keep 3 under and one over ( or 4 under). We prefer you don’t keep anything over 22” for eating.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse. It is up to our guests to research and understand our fishing regulations, boating rules and fire rules.