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wanted: tips for August

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My buddies and I will be on our 13th straight extended weekend Houseboat trip during the weekend of August 11. This will be our third year in a row (4th overall) at Kabetogama/Namakan.

The very first year at K/N we got lucky and stumbled upon a bunch of walleyes. That was the most fish we've caught in all of our houseboat trips. We're not picky and the type of fish doesn't even matter. I'd like to go after walleyes but prefer just catching fish to keep the other guys interested.

Based on our limited setup (not to mention fishing ability smile.gif) of rowboats with 15hp engines, short rope anchors and 1-2 depth finders, can anyone provide some advice starting with which lake we should concentrate on, Kab or Nam?

Thanks.

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