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21 01, 2020

Kabetogama area fishing, ice conditions and snowmobile trail report. 1/21/20

2020-01-21T20:08:18+00:00Fishing Report|

Kabetogama area fishing, ice conditions and snowmobile trail report. 1/21/20 A week later and almost two feet of snow has left the snowmobile, snowshoe and cross-country ski trails in premier condition. Unfortunately, off the trails, Kab is experiencing significant slush and deep snow with 4-5 ft drifts scattered throughout. This has made fishing tough for most, if not all, that don’t have machines that can handle the extreme conditions. Fishing has been consistent for those that make it to their destination as the bite seems to be picking up some. As anglers are noticing that fish being caught are filled [...]

21 01, 2020

Kabetogama area fishing, ice conditions and snowmobile trail report.  1/14/20

2020-01-21T14:58:54+00:00Blog|

Kabetogama area fishing, ice conditions and snowmobile trail report.  1/14/20 Anglers are finding fishing to be inconsistent with the bite varying greatly.  Snowmobile, ski and snowshoe trails are all in excellent shape! Even before the snow we received last night the snowmobile trails were in great shape.  With more snow forecast tonight and this weekend it should only get better!  In Voyageurs National Park most snowmobile trails are open and staked.  We have been getting numerous riders coming through saying the trails are fantastic!  The few that have gone on the Chain of Lakes trail and up to Kettle Falls reported [...]

31 12, 2019

Kabetogama area fishing report, snowmobile trail and ice conditions. 12/31/2019

2020-01-08T16:09:35+00:00Uncategorized|

Kabetogama area fishing report, snowmobile trail and ice conditions.  12/31/2019 Snow and more snow!  Fishing inconsistent as ice conditions deteriorate and snowmobiling coming on strong. As we move into the new year, the northland is looking a lot more like winter.  Over the last week we have had two snowfallevents and now have a good 20 inches or more on the groundproducing slushy conditions making travel difficult on the lake.  Snowmobilers are a more common sight, but some caution needs to be taken when hitting the trails.  As of today, the only open, groomed trail is the Green Trail from [...]

24 12, 2019

Kab fishing, ice conditions and snowmobile trail update. 12/24/2019.

2020-01-08T15:26:22+00:00Uncategorized|

Kab fishing, ice conditions and snowmobile trail update. 12/24/2019. Kab continues to make good ice.  There is a good 10-16 inches in most areas, but some anglers have reported less than 7 inches when venturing further North and East past Martin Island and then towards Lost Bay.  Continue to check ice conditions while moving around. Walleye fishing has been fair to good in recent days.  A good mix of all sizes are being caught throughout Kab.  Focusing on rock/mud transition areas has been key then staying on the soft bottom edge in 25 to 35 feet of water with deeper [...]

17 12, 2019

Kab fishing, ice conditions and snowmobile trail update. 12/17/2019.

2020-01-08T15:30:37+00:00Uncategorized|

Kab fishing, ice conditions and snowmobile trail update. 12/17/2019. Ice conditions continue to improve on Lake Kabetogama and the reports coming in are good to excellent. Most areas have 8-12 inches of good ice and more walleye anglers are venturing out using snowmobiles and side by sides. Casey from Reef Runner Rentals is experiencing a good bite and expects to have a great start to the season. Vehicle travel is still not advised but snowmobiles, ATVs and side-by-sides are working well to get anglers to their favorite spots.  Spear fishing has slowed somewhat but continues to keep people on their toes! [...]

31 12, 2018

Kabetogama Fishing Report 12/31/19

2020-01-13T15:53:15+00:00Fishing Report|

Kabetogama area fishing report, snowmobile trail and ice conditions.  12/31/2019 Snow and more snow!  Fishing inconsistent as ice conditions deteriorate and snowmobiling coming on strong. As we move into the new year, the northland is looking a lot more like winter.  Over the last week we have had two snowfallevents and now have a good 20 inches or more on the groundproducing slushy conditions making travel difficult on the lake.  Snowmobilers are a more common sight, but some caution needs to be taken when hitting the trails.  As of today, the only open, groomed trail is the Green Trail from [...]