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Title: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 07, 2011, 10:50 AM
Made it out Lake lenore (Small) yesterday. Fishing was decent. I caught 9 walleye ranging from 2-6 lbs.
Kept a couple for supper.  I was surprised we didnt even get one Pike. My sister had a nice perch on but it never made it into the boat.
  It was a beautiful day for fishing.  Things should start to pick up now that the water has warmed a little.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: SaskWatch on Jun 14, 2011, 09:35 PM
Is there still a mercury warning for LL?
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: nicemustang on Jun 14, 2011, 11:18 PM
Where on little lake were you?
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 15, 2011, 11:58 AM
I was out in front of the house on the west side for the most part.
As for mercury you will find it is in every lake in southern Sask , as it is a component of our soil.
Dont worry about it unless you plan on living on fish only.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 15, 2011, 01:13 PM
A little info on mercury in Sask Lakes
http://www.environment.gov.sk.ca/adx/aspx/adxGetMedia.aspx?DocID=2a256b90-19c2-4865-9e89-a5723f5b990c&MediaID=4256&Filename=Mercury+in+Fish+Consumption+Report+2009.pdf&l=English

 Also from the fishing guide
February 12, 2009 - Revised Fish Consumption Guidelines Established for Lake Lenore
After reviewing results of recent testing for mercury in walleye and northern pike taken from Lake Lenore, the Ministry of Environment has issued revised guidelines for eating fish from the lake:

Walleye:

Children and pregnant women should not eat walleye over 40 centimetres long.
Healthy adults should limit their consumption of walleye over 40 cm. long, as follows:

o No more than one meal/week if walleye are between 40 and 50 cm. long.
o No more than one meal/two weeks if walleye are between 50 and 60 cm. long.

Walleye longer than 60 cm. should not be eaten.

Northern Pike:

Children and pregnant women should not eat northern pike over 50 cm. long.
Healthy adults should limit their consumption of northern pike over 50 cm. long to no more than one meal/week.

One meal is 0.23 kilograms (1/2 pound or 8 ounces) of fish
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: nicemustang on Jun 18, 2011, 08:41 PM
Ya I've hooked a couple there too. There some more being caught all the way south on the little lake as well. Seems that the bait has to be moving. Also had luck at lungs launch as well.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 29, 2011, 08:47 AM
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Tried LL again on Monday. Fishing was pretty good on the little lake. I talked to a couple of guys who were fishing the big lake and they were doing very well. The walleye they were catching were a little bigger on Avg than what we had. didnt have the camera at the lake so snapped one at home.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: lewk24 on Jun 29, 2011, 09:00 AM
nice fish...congrats.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Jun 29, 2011, 02:32 PM
Way to go anglerbrian you found some nice walleye and pike at LL. :)

WW
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 29, 2011, 03:20 PM
Hey W.W. hows the fishing this summer? So far I have only been to Stony (near Humboldt) and Little lake Lenore. The pike there do fight nice,  and are tasty.
  I have yet to make it out to Last Mountain or Fishing lake and I hear the water levels are very high . My brother is going to give Deif a try next week and scout it out for Walleye and Rainbows.
  Good luck this season and take care. 
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: ochocenko on Jul 08, 2011, 04:19 PM
Nice fish there anglerbrian. Just wondering if you knew where to launch on the big lake? I've been to the little lake lots, but never the big lake. I'm assuming you can get thru from the little lake to the big lake with the water as high as it is this year, but is there any obstacles?
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Jul 11, 2011, 05:24 PM
Hey W.W. hows the fishing this summer? So far I have only been to Stony (near Humboldt) and Little lake Lenore. The pike there do fight nice,  and are tasty.
  I have yet to make it out to Last Mountain or Fishing lake and I hear the water levels are very high . My brother is going to give Deif a try next week and scout it out for Walleye and Rainbows.
  Good luck this season and take care. 

Hi anglerbrian,
The fishing for me so-far has been great. ;D
I have been able to try a few different lakes this open water season and have picked up a few fish at each. Fishing Lake have been really good as of late, {see my fishing reports} and it still had quite high water level.
Not sure what the situation or fishing is like at LML. :-\

Hope your bro finds the bows and walleyes.

Good luck this open water season to you as well. :)

WW
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jul 13, 2011, 01:39 PM
Nice fish there anglerbrian. Just wondering if you knew where to launch on the big lake? I've been to the little lake lots, but never the big lake. I'm assuming you can get thru from the little lake to the big lake with the water as high as it is this year, but is there any obstacles?
Hey Ochocenko. There is a launch on the big lake as well just a little north from the little lake on the west side. It is called Lungs. You can easily get into the big lake from the little lake the water is a few feet deeper there than it used to be as you can tell from all the flooded out trees.
   No real obstacles. just watch your water depth.  I am heading there again tomorrow. I have tried Stony (near Humboldt) a few times and it is picking up but you have to work for them. 
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jul 14, 2011, 07:32 PM
Went fishing today in spite of the rain. My fishing buddy chickened out and she is sorry now. The fishing was awesome.
This time the original thinfin in gold was what they wanted.. I use a short section of red  XT mono with a swivel on one end and a snap on the other to attach the thinfin to the main line. This way I can add a weight to get the lure to the proper depth.  Today 12-15 feet.

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Caught at least 20 in 3 hours including a couple of nice pike.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Jul 19, 2011, 12:11 AM
Wow, 20 in 3 hours, that's darn good fishin'. 8)
Nice looking walleye.

WW
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jul 19, 2011, 11:18 PM
Went out again today in 33c heat.  The fishing was almost as good as in the rain. Pam  just had to go after seeing what I caught last time out.
 I found a new spot and rediscovered an old one . Pam caught a nice 8lb pike as well as the walleye. I am going to bring my brother out on Sat  and see if I can find some fish for him.
 
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: nicemustang on Jul 22, 2011, 04:13 PM
One could accurrately say that fishing has been incredible past 2 weeks on Lenore. Fish the big lake and bring LOTS of minnows!
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: ochocenko on Jul 25, 2011, 01:20 PM
One could accurrately say that fishing has been incredible past 2 weeks on Lenore. Fish the big lake and bring LOTS of minnows!

x2

or fish the little one trolling with raps
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: nicemustang on Aug 06, 2011, 09:19 PM
FYI. Launch is fixed now on the little lake. They leveled it and filled with gravel. Fishing is still quite good if you can find them.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Aug 07, 2011, 11:18 PM
Quite good is right
I had 15 in the first 45 mins today. There were a lot of boats so I went off by myself for awhile  on the  North East side and found  some hungry walleye'
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I returned to the West side later and there were 12 boats out there besides my own.  Quite busy. but not every one was catching.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Aug 09, 2011, 12:38 AM
Nice pile of walleye again, anglerbrian. 8)

Looks like storm cranks are the hot ticket out there.
I also like to use hot n tots for walleye and pike.

How are the 2 lakes for algae this year?

WW
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Aug 09, 2011, 12:33 PM
Hey Water Wolf. The algae has not been bad at all this year. Even Stoney which is almost always green this time of year has been ok.
The storm cranks do do the job as well as Rapala shad raps and husky jerks. In 12-15 feet the Hot n tots are great with no need to add weight. I can tell right away when a Pike hits as they do the head shake and then head for the bottom.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: nicemustang on Aug 11, 2011, 09:58 AM
The St Brieux side of LL was and still is really bad for algae but it has cleared up some. The big lake is usually pretty good with some crystall clear spots depending on wind. Little lake is also pretty good this year.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: taxid on Aug 11, 2011, 11:54 AM
Wow those walleyes are as stocky as our bass down here in the U.S.! Beautiful fish!
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 03, 2012, 06:46 PM
First time on Lake Lenore for the summer 2012 and it was windy! Nearly got blown into the tree tops a couple of times but managed a few walleye small pike and a Whitefish.
I have caught these (Whitefish) ice fishing but never before trolling with crank baits.

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Not a bad day but things should start to improve as the water warms.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 10, 2012, 12:08 AM
Had a little family fishing day today in the rain. My nephew had his boat My brother brought his boat out from Saskatoon and I had my little lund.
What a day! non stop Walleye and pike  action and Pam and I caught half a dozen perch as well as the the Pike and Eyes.

 This is the most perch in one day for us on the little lake for a few years. Nice to see them hitting while trolling cranks. If we had keyed on them we could have caught a lot more. But I have the location marked for future .
Every one caught fish today kept a few for lunch and released a bunch. 
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jul 09, 2012, 11:38 PM
Tried the little lake again today with my daughter and son-in law. Fishing was pretty good lots of Walleye a few pike and two jumbo perch.
The lake is so full of little minnows it must have been a good spawn year. This must be why the walleye are so fat for their length.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jul 10, 2012, 07:53 PM
Here are a few pics from yesterday.
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Peter also had a nice 10 lb pike that I threw back before he could snap a pic. We have been catching more perch than usual hope this continues for awhile.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jul 22, 2012, 12:11 AM
Made it back to LL for another great day of fishing. We caught another pile of perch along with the usual Walleye and Pike.
A thunderstorm erupted and we had to clear off the lake in a hurry. I have never seen 6 boats scurry off the lake in such a short time.
here are some of the perch we caught.
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there were all sizes of them. We kept a few walleye and three pike for lunch.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Jul 24, 2012, 01:29 AM
Way to go anglerbrian, those are some dandy big perch.
You know there big, if they go after walleye lures. 8)

Nice pike and walleye from the other trips also.

WW
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Aug 27, 2012, 12:49 PM
Havent been out for awhile but my sources tell me the fishing has been good to great on both Lenore lakes and St. Brieux as well.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Sep 10, 2012, 10:53 PM
Fished Lenore two mondays in a row and the action has been very steady.  Last weekend we caught a mixed bag  of perch pike and Walleye.
Today we fished from 1-4pm and hammered Walleye all day.
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these storm cranks  were the hot lures this trip as well as a number 8 Storm thinfin in gold.
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We caught fish from two to just over 5 lbs.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on May 20, 2013, 01:22 PM
May 19 2013 time to get the boat into the little lake. No dock but launch is ok for small boats.
I tried first at the north end in the shallows and caught a bunch of pike on len thompsons drifting and casting.
Later trolling along the West side  with thinfins I caught three nice Walleye and a dozen more pike.
Water level is way up again this year. The fishing is good and will only get better as the water warms.
Hope they get the dock in soon.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: nicemustang on Jun 01, 2013, 11:03 PM
I think if we can finally get the guys together since seeding is done, should get dock in tomorrow or soon.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: nicemustang on Jun 09, 2013, 09:53 AM
Sorry for the delay but we have the docks in at the little lake launch. Its very uneven still...still waiting for the local guy to come fix it. Planning on concrete pads or steel plates to stop the eroding.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 09, 2013, 01:43 PM
Sounds good was going to give it a try today but playtime with the grandkids is a little more important, How has the fishing been?
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: nicemustang on Jun 11, 2013, 11:35 PM
Same as always  :)
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 27, 2013, 05:59 PM
Another great morning on the little lake. Had two Walleye in the first 5 mins lots of action all morning with Pike and Walleye no perch this outing.

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Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: golf560 on Aug 06, 2013, 05:01 PM
small lake is very hot now, lots of boats lined up on Sat. morning.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: silvermoon on May 24, 2014, 10:49 AM
Fished shore last weekend, lots of catch and release pike. Only took 2 for the freezer. Still too early for a "good fight". Didn't have any walleye. Didn't see anyone catch anything other than pike. Might head back today.

Only our second season on the province so we are atill learning.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: golf560 on May 28, 2014, 02:47 PM
any news about boat fishing walleye in small lake? plan to go this Sunday with Friends.
thanks
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 28, 2014, 01:54 PM
The Walleye fishing was decent yesterday and the pike were very hungry. Three of us went out from 2:30 until 7 Kept 6 Walleye and two pike the rest were released. Storm wild eye perch and jig n leech caught as well as storm thinfin originals.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Jul 10, 2014, 09:35 PM
Sounds like a good day on the water. Nice going anglerbrian.  :)

WW
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jul 15, 2014, 05:57 AM
Fishing on LL is still great has been for years now. Was out Sunday with a friend and we had pretty steady action all afternoon.
Was surprised how many people were out there considering the high winds. The shoreline was also packed.
Some of the days catch. all the pike were released this time.
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My brother was out out last weekend and he had similar luck only he managed a few very large perch as a bonus. I cant reveal his spot or even general area so dont ask.  good fishing everyone.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Young Catcher on Jul 15, 2014, 08:31 AM
Seems you had a good fishing Sunday. anglerbrian. good luck next time
Yeah,  so many people fished there during the past weekend. even though so strong wind,  just because it was free fishing weekend.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jul 15, 2014, 03:28 PM
Thanks young catcher now it all makes sense. With the boat at least we were able to get out of the wind on the North side and the fish were biting for us in a couple of spots.
 Good luck to you as well in your next outing.    :D
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Jul 29, 2014, 12:07 AM
Nice looking wallye, anglerbrian. :)
I see a fish fry in the future. ;)

WW
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Aug 22, 2014, 10:53 PM
Nice evening on Lake Lenore Deb was catching so many I hardly had time to wet a line.
Great fun Here are some of hers.
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 She was using an orange hot n tot I was using a blue and silver hot n tot she outfished me two to one .
I did try a minnow on a jig head with a nightcrawler 12 inches above the jig. had a few nibbles but trolling was more productive. as usual.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Aug 23, 2014, 11:37 PM
Way to go anglerbrian & Deb, nice fish. :)

Man, that is sure a sumo perch.  :o
You know your into big perch when they eat walleye baits like that. ;)

WW

Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Young Catcher on Apr 02, 2015, 02:37 PM
Nice evening on Lake Lenore Deb was catching so many I hardly had time to wet a line.
Great fun Here are some of hers.
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 She was using an orange hot n tot I was using a blue and silver hot n tot she outfished me two to one .
I did try a minnow on a jig head with a nightcrawler 12 inches above the jig. had a few nibbles but trolling was more productive. as usual.


Hope anglerbrian has another good luck fishing season.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 04, 2015, 07:34 AM
First outing to Lake Lenore this year. Walleye fishing was a bit slow we only caught 5 between the two of us. The pike were on fire though and made for a busy afternoon. Water temp was only 54f.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Young Catcher on Jul 02, 2015, 09:48 AM
Canada day,  my buddy and I went to the lake  first time for this summer.
Very slow day, nothing walleye,   only one Jackfish about 3lb.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Young Catcher on Jul 28, 2015, 11:59 AM
One friend and I went the lake Lenore as my second time for this season on Sunday July 26th.
It was hot and windy.
We only caught three small  walleye,  they all went back.
I hope  my third  time as my last time this year will be getting better in  Fall .
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Young Catcher on Sep 27, 2015, 12:50 PM
Friday Sept 25th  was my EDO,   I went to lake Lenore fishing.  the weather was so warm. even I could call hot, and so windy.
Duo to the past couple of  times,  I were not so lucky on the lake,  I went there alone and  my buddy didn't go with me this time.
I caught 7 walleye and one pike,    kept  3 eater walleye and the pike, others were smaller and  released.
What an ending for the soft water fishing this year.

Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Oct 02, 2015, 11:01 PM
Good going YC.
That's a nice ending to your open water season.  :)

WW
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: anglerbrian on Jun 06, 2016, 11:11 PM
Took awhile but I finally got the boat wet at Lake Lenore. Fished from 2:30 until 5:45. Ended up with 9 Walleye and 8 pike caught. Kept 4 walleye for supper.
 They were hitting a neon orange storm thinfin and a large storm wild eye. rubber perch.
Next outing will be Last Mountain or Fishing Lake.
Title: Re: Lake Lenore
Post by: Water Wolf on Jun 10, 2016, 01:00 AM
Way to go anglerbrian, that's a dandy fishing day. 8)

I was at Fishing Lake on June 6th off shore.
Caught 4 pike + 2 that shook off and a few nibbles.

No walleye that day, but if you go in a boat you should find them. ;)

Good luck where ever you go, on your next outing.

WW