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1 07, 2019

Kab area fishing and outdoors report. July 1, 2019

2019-07-01T17:05:44+00:00Uncategorized|

Kab area fishing and outdoors report. July 1, 2019 Finally summer is here and just in time for the 4th of July holiday! Water temps have gone up considerably. 65 degrees just over a week ago and now in the mid 70’s. An increase in recreational boating is apparent and it looks to be a fabulous week ahead of us with just a few chances for rain. Perfect daytime temps for a swim or boat ride and cool evenings to spend around the campfire but before you get the smores going you might want to try a little fishing too! [...]

24 06, 2019

Kab area fishing report June 24, 2019

2019-06-24T17:07:46+00:00Uncategorized|

Kab area fishing report. June 24, 2019 With the summer solstice already here and gone, sadly the days are getting shorter and we have yet to see any real signs of summer. Water temps still hanging in the upper 60’s with a few 70’s found on sunny days. Long range forecast is for warmer temps at the end of this week and into the week of July 4th so there is hope on the horizon. As far as the fish are concerned, they are transitioning to summer like patterns without mother nature’s cooperation. Walleyes are in a full on transition [...]

18 06, 2019

Kab area fishing report- June 18, 2019

2019-06-18T17:06:26+00:00Uncategorized|

Kab area fishing report-June 18, 2019 Spring is still in the air but fish are on the move to more summer like patterns. Big change in walleye behavior. Even though water temps continue to hover in the low to mid 60’s, walleyes have begun showing up on the mid lake reefs in good numbers. On a recent trip we caught fish on every reef we dropped a line. 22’-27’ was the magic depth with Lindy rigs tipped with a leech being the most productive. With that being said, don’t overlook your traditional spring areas as we also found fish relating [...]

10 06, 2019

Kab area fishing report 6/10/2019

2019-06-10T17:04:04+00:00Uncategorized|

Kab area fishing report 6/10/2019 Fishing continues to be good despite the up and down weather patterns. The walleye bite remains virtually unchanged. Water temps are holding in the low to mid 60’s throughout Kab but that could change as we have some cooler weather in store this upcoming week. Jig and minnow are still the presentation of choice. Leeches are catching fish but mostly in the evenings under a slip bobber. The same story…..windy or overcast days, go shallow. Sunny or calm days, slide out to that adjacent deeper water. Smaller walleyes have schooled up and are easier to [...]

5 06, 2019

Fishing Report bug hatch

2019-06-05T16:57:56+00:00Uncategorized|

Quick update. 2 bug hatches and a change in fish behavior. A week ago their was a significant midge hatch and now a a week later there has been a small mayfly hatch. Midges generally won't affect the bite but mayflies can. Considering this isn't a significant mayfly hatch (yet), fish patterns shouldn't be affected too dramatically by this. Still, if you run into a tough bite look for soft bottom areas where mayflies will be emerging as bait fish will also be in this area looking for an easy meal. Predatory fish will close behind. In just over a [...]

1 06, 2019

Memorial Weekend Reports

2019-06-01T16:56:54+00:00Uncategorized|

Here are a few first hand reports from some area guides. Thank you Tim Watson and Trent Snyder for doing the weekly radio show and the Gateway crew for doing an incredible job while we are away attending our son's wedding in the sweltering California heat! 6/1/2019 Travis Carlson It was another good week to be fishing Kabetogama! I spent most my time during the day in deeper water usually around 30-36'. Jigs 3/8 oz size tipped with a minnow produced many "keeper" walleye as well as many nice catch and release fish. We also found fish shallow in about [...]

22 05, 2019

Kab update. May 21, 2019.

2019-09-20T17:30:43+00:00Uncategorized|

Kab update. May 21, 2019. Not much has changed in recent days so will keep it simple. Even though the water temps did drop a few degrees over the weekend, we have rebounded nicely into the low 50’s. For those willing to brave the cold and windy conditions Saturday and Sunday, fishing was extremely good. With sun and low winds, early and late in the day are your best bets shallow for bigger fish even though they have begun to move out with the spawn over. Look deeper when the sun is high and during low wind conditions as you [...]

21 05, 2019

Kab Update May 21 2019

2019-05-21T16:38:06+00:00Uncategorized|

  Kab update. May 21, 2019. Not much has changed in recent days so will keep it simple. Even though the water temps did drop a few degrees over the weekend, we have rebounded nicely into the low 50’s. For those willing to brave the cold and windy conditions Saturday and Sunday, fishing was extremely good. With sun and low winds, early and late in the day are your best bets shallow for bigger fish even though they have begun to move out with the spawn over. Look deeper when the sun is high and during low wind conditions as you [...]

17 05, 2019

Fishing report 5/17/19

2019-09-20T17:33:02+00:00Uncategorized|

A week in the books and a change in fish patterns. With a great start to the season and the spawn basically over, fish will start to migrate from spawning areas. With water temps hovering around 50 or above (even warmer in shallow bays) its time to start thinking post spawn. Where do fish go? Some believe there is a post spawn funk but most likely it's just time to start looking in different places. Adjacent transition areas is the first place to start. If the wind is blowing, stay shallow focusing on wind blown shorelines, points and bays. Otherwise, [...]

14 05, 2019

Fishing Opener

2019-05-14T19:25:08+00:00Uncategorized|

Kabetogama opener 2019 Recap Great start to the 2019 fishing opener! Walleye fishing was excellent over the weekend and continues to be strong. With water temperatures continuing to hold in the mid to upper 40’s the patterns remain unchanged. Shallow water along most rubble/gravel/sand shorelines are producing bigger fish with a few eater sized fish in the mix. Deeper water adjacent to these areas producing smaller fish. A jig and minnow is the preferred presentation regardless of where you drop a line. With the wind speeds being unpredictable and changing by the hour you will want a variety of sized [...]