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Kitchi - Ice Fishing

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Hi,

I am going to be in the Cass/Kitchi area this weekend and I am curious as to how to access the north arm of Kitchi. Is there a way to drive out there? If not, I do have 4 wheeler, if this is a better option where would I get access to this area of the lake.

Any help/tips are appreciated.

Jim

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The resorts on the North end of Kitchi are the only options to get on the lake that I know of. Maybe someone else will chime in with another location. For the most part Lost Acres has always been the resort to use but now Kitchi Landing might be a good option. Good luck out there, panfish bite has been good.

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LAST WEEKEND WE WENT OUT OF LOST ACRES. A SNOW MOBILE WOULD BE IDEAL. IT WAS TOUGH GOING WITH 4 x 4 TRUCKS BUT WERE ABLE TO GET ON AND OFF. I WOULD'NT VENTURE AROUND TOO MUCH THO

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How was the fishin BobberTom? I am gonna try and get up there before the ice is out. I have only fished Kitchi in the summer months. Are the pannies pretty much in the same spots?

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