Kabetogama Fishing Contest

Kabetogama/Ash River Fishing Contest

Big Fish Pictures…

Week of June 21st 2015

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Jon Fellmer with his 17.75 Inch Smallie weighing 3 pounds!

Keith Vogt caught this 19 Inch 3.5 pound Smallie

Lane Bacon from Savannah, GA with his 27.5 inch beauty of a Walleye

8 year old Ben Watson caught this nice 18 inch Small Mouth Bass

14 year old Spencer Defrang from Zumbrota MN caught this nice 23 inch walleye.

Buddy Sebastiao from OFallon, MO with his 40 inch Northern and John Ingerslew with his 31 inch Northern

David Kampf from Mtka, MN with his 26.5 Inch 6.3 pound walleye

15 year old Carter Dochterman from Andover MN with his 23.5 inch Walleye

Mike Dochterman from Andover Minnesota with his 13.5 inch Perch

Amy Peterson with her second 25 Inch walleye that she caught back to back.

2015 Kabetogama/Ash River Fishing Contest Sponsors

*Voyageur Park Lodge

*Krueger’s Harmony Beach

*Gateway General Store

*Pine Tree Cove Resort

*Arrowhead Lodge & Resort

*Driftwood Resort

*American Woods & Waters

*Voyageur Marine

*Moosehorn Resort

*Ash Ka Nam Resort

*Birchwood Resort

*Bait ‘n Bite

*Pine Aire Resort

*Ash Trail Lodge


*Kecs Kove Resort

*Idlewild Resort

*Pines of Kabetogama

*Northern Lights Resort

*Park Point Resort

*Voyageurs Sunrise Resort

*Kabetogama Angling Adventures

*Kab Kid

Please Thank the Above Businesses for their participation in the Fishing Contest as it is what makes the Contest So Successful!!

Find The Top Minnesota Ice Fishing on Lake Kabetogama

It’s no secret that one of the best things to do in Minnesota when the snow flurries begin to fall and the temperatures dip below freezing is Minnesota ice fishing. Each winter, Minnesota morphs into snow-covered landscapes and glass-top lakes with ice thick enough to drive on. This is the season that many anglers cannot wait to head to Lake Kabetogama.

Kabetogama Fishing Report 12/31/19

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.