Crane Lake-Kabetogama-Namakan Fishing Reports

Fishing Reports from Crane Lake Kabetogama & Namakan MN Lakes

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March 27, 2014
Thanks for the detailed reports, Rick. I am coming up in 10 days, have you heard any reports for Kab on Crappies, Perch or even Tulibee?
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March 10, 2014

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Lake Kabetogama Fishing Reports by Paradise Outfitters

March 7, 2013
Meilertson I have been looking for crappies on Nam. for 5 years during the warm months nothing. Any tips on where to looks? PM os fine too
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January 16, 2013
Look for Crappies in the Deeper holes in winter and not necessarily tucked up in bays either. In summer they can be almost impossible to find but in spring you can find them shallow on mud bottom. Walleyes will be hanging near structure preferably where rock transitions to mud or sand anywhere fr
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Lake Kabetogama Fishing Reports by Kab Kid

June 20, 2013
My fishing groups this past week: Fished Sunday evening on 1/2 day trip with a group of guys and a "follow boat" out of Ash-Ka-Nam. Got in 2 hrs of fishing (Before rain scared us off) and caught 4 keeper walleyes and another couple slot fish (biggest was 22") fishing on the east end of Kab. Lot
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June 20, 2013
Another quick update: Fished Sunday - Tues. this past week...saw a few mayflies starting, stay tuned next week. Depending on the hatch, in general the first week you start seeing them fishing can be amazing! After that if can shut down for a week depending on how bad the hatch is...if that happe
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Crane Lake Fishing Reports

July 1, 2012
The walleyes this time of the year, especially with the type of year we are having, should be out on the reefs, off shore humps, and the dropoffs. Many of the popular tactics to catch them are jigging, pulling spinners, and also trolling. Look to the depths of anywhere from 5-10 ft for dawn and dusk
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July 1, 2012
If the water coming into Crane is not moving too fast up by the gorge (right around the corner from Pine Point) motor up there and throw some leeches under slip bobbers in the rocky areas and you and the kids should be able to find some nice smallies and who knows what else. If there's too much curr
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