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Fly Fishing for Northerns on Kab, Namakan, Rainy

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I will be staying on Kab the week of August 12. Does anyone know of any good locations on Kab or nearby that I could get into some Northerns on an 8 weight rod? I was hoping to get some pointers from the locals on best time of day and areas. I am familiar with the lake somewhat and my brother (voluntary guide.......sucker!)is very familiar. He is into walleyes and crappies, but not northerns; I was hoping to educate him!

Thanks for any help in advance.

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