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30 07, 2018

Fishing Report 7/22/2018

2019-09-20T17:33:44-05:00Fishing Report|

Fishing takes a backseat as we head into the dog days of summer.  Fish are there but most are focusing their attention on more summerlike activities.   The berry season is in full swing and with a bumper blueberry crop on hand you don’t have to go far to find a sea of blue on the ground. Find any well drained rocky area with good sun exposure and you are sure to find some.  The berries began ripening early this year, so we have had an extended picking season.  Don’t wait too long though as they are starting, if not [...]

28 06, 2018

Fishing Report 6/24/2018

2019-09-20T17:38:32-05:00Fishing Report|

Fishing Report  6/24/2018 Significant weather change and first mayfly hatch of the year Last week we saw hot, humid and windless days affecting the bite.  You needed to be on the water as the sun came up and the last hour before dark.  This made fishing tough as you also needed to know where to be during those key hours or you would miss out on the bite.  Soft bottom shallow areas produced well as the first significant mayfly hatch was in the making.  We did have a less noticeable hatch a few weeks ago but most didn’t even notice.  [...]

19 06, 2018

Fishing Report 6/17/2018

2019-09-20T17:38:40-05:00Fishing Report|

FISHING REPORT 6/17/2018 Rain finally subsides and after leaving a weather filled week we are looking ahead to great one! Walleye fishing continues to be good, but we are seeing some changes as we have moved into a more summer like pattern with fish more frequently being found on reefs.  That being said, jigs and minnows are still turning fish, but split shot rigs tipped with a leech or half crawler is starting to be more productive off the edges of the mid lake reefs.  Soft bottom areas are still your go to when looking for active fish as the [...]

11 06, 2018

Fishing Report 6/10/18

2019-09-20T17:38:53-05:00Fishing Report|

Fishing Report 6/10/18 Fishing continues to be good as water levels rise and temps remain consistent Normally this time of year most anglers are putting away their jigs and replacing them with lindys using mostly leeches and not too far behind, crawlers.  This year is different.  A jig and minnow combination is still a deadly combination in traditional spring areas.  Recently water temps have leveled off in the 60’s and not risen much mostly due to the cool nighttime temps and rain we have received recently.  Water levels have just about peaked making docks a lot easier to tie off [...]

10 05, 2018

Kabetogama Fishing Report 5-10-18

2019-09-20T17:51:06-05:00Fishing Report|

Kabetogama Fishing Report 5-10-18   Hi folks – here’s the latest update on the Kab Ice conditions. There is none! When I left 2 weeks ago to visit my son coming off deployment, i would have never thought we would be ice free and ready to go this weekend. Mother nature has her ways of rewarding us and she did just that. All types of waterfowl, including hundreds of loons are around in full force so while on the water this weekend you will have more than just the fish to enjoy.   Opener weekend highs should be in mid [...]

7 04, 2018

Fishing Report and Ice out 4/6/18

2019-09-20T17:51:18-05:00Fishing Report|

Fishing report and ice out 4/6/2018 So the wait is on. Not much to report on the fishing front. I have seen a smattering of ice shacks around the lake looking for crappie and perch but it has been pretty quiet. They are hitting the Rainy River but even the fishing there has been tough with cold temps making boat ramps icy, freezing back up and boats not running properly. The season on the border closes on April 14th. I am hoping to get out on the ice in the next few days and see if the perch have turned on. [...]

24 02, 2018

Kabetogama Fishing Report and Trail Conditions 2/20/18

2019-09-20T17:51:25-05:00Fishing Report|

KABETOGAMA FISHING REPORT AND TRAIL CONDITIONS 2/20/2018 SNOW SNOW AND MORE SNOW!!!! So our forecasted 3-7 inches turned into about a foot of snow in the last 24 hours and its still coming down! Needless to say the trails are being groomed and are in premier shape. If you can get up here, the next couple weeks should be awesome riding around the entire area. Always check with the Park Service and local snowmobile clubs for the latest conditions. On to fishing……the walleye bite has slowed some but with the warmer weather coming through the weekend we should rap up [...]

20 10, 2017

Kab Ash Fishing Report

2019-09-20T17:51:45-05:00Fishing Report|

As angler numbers dwindle fishing still remains consistent, grouse hunters finding better success As we pass peak fall colors, cooler temps have water temperatures down in the 50’s. Fishing has been consistent and grouse hunters are finding better success as leaves continue to fall which is providing better hunting conditions. Some local and migrating ducks are flocking up and can be seen going to and from feeding areas around the lake. Bear have been sighted with more frequency, just another sure sign fall is here. Walleye fishing has been consistent throughout Kabetogama. With limited fishing pressure and a wide variety [...]

6 10, 2017

Kabetogama-Namakan-Ash River Fishing Report 10/2/2017

2019-09-20T17:51:54-05:00Fishing Report|

Kabetogama-Namakan-Ash River Fishing Report 10/2/2017 Fall colors peaking as fishing continues to improve, grouse hunters struggling. Angler success has improved over this past week as fish start to school up.  Fall colors are peaking which makes for a great day on the lake.  Loons are starting to flock up and lose their summer colors which is a sure sign they are getting ready to migrate but warm weather is keeping them around longer than normal.  The mild weather has also kept some waterfowl like teal and wood ducks from migrating which is resulting is decent hunting for local birds. Walleye [...]

20 09, 2017

Kabetogama -Ash River- Namakan Fishing Report

2019-09-20T17:52:02-05:00Fishing Report|

Kabetogama- Ash River- Namakan Fishing Report As the transition to fall continues, more fall like activities are taking place. Walleye fishing continues to be strong for those willing to tackle the cool mornings and a somewhat persistent windy weather pattern.  As usual, fishing the wind blown weed lines will produce the most fish right now.  A lindy or jig tipped with a minnow is dominating the bite. Crappie are starting to show up in anglers live wells with regularity using the same technique but in deeper water.  Look to areas around Lost bay, Old Dutch and Ash River outlet. Small [...]