Ice/trail conditions and fishing report 1/24/18

 

Ice conditions are great and anglers and snowmobilers are not limited.

 

Vehicle travel is allowing wheel houses to explore the Voyageurs National Park ice road from the Kab visitor center all the way to Ash River. Almost everyone is experiencing consistent fishing with perch and walleye being the most common. 28-35 feet of water are your best depths over a mud bottom or the edges of most rocky points and reefs. Being mobile is key to stay on the active fish. As always, check with the park service before venturing off the ice road and know the laws regarding any plowing of personal roads.

RJ Moeller from Edina with a nice Perch

Anna & Brooks Deziel

 

This has been a great year for spear fishing on Kab. Most areas are accessible, so the options are endless and the opportunity for that trophy still exists.

You can’t beat spending a day on Kab right now. We continue to have excellent snowmobile trail conditions and the groomers are out  grooming multiple  times a week. All trails are marked and the lake trails should be groomed in the near future. The sledding hill is up and running and hopefully soon will have an ice rink to enjoy

It continues to be a great winter in God’s country!

Jason & Robyn Cooper