Sessions Lake

Ionia - Michigan


  • 2 catches

  • 121 followers

  • 3 spots

Sessions Lake is a productive lake produced by a dam. Completely surrounded by state land and a very scenic place to fish. The lake is managed by the State of Michigan, Department of Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Division, Ionia Recreation Are...

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Sessions Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. AND SOME MUSHROOMS!! 😁🍻 HAPPY PICKING!

    Mushrooms

    1. Jimbo Harwood 0
      It did make for a REAL GOOD DINNERπŸ˜‰
    2. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Thank you ladies and gentlemen. πŸ˜πŸ‘
    3. Page Berkholz 0
      Looks like some first class eats between the waldos & mushrooms what a fine memorial weekend feast!!YUM!!!!
    4. Melissa Norris 0
      Those look so good!πŸ˜€πŸ˜
    5. nice work Jimbo. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    6. Buddy Pierce 0
      nice.
    7. Joel Norikane 0
      dude nice foraging session! I bet dinner was awesome!
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  2. Details: catfish with a night crawler

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