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g man46

Shoepack lake

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Has anyone ever fished this lake? I've seen on my map of Kab that there is a creek and a portage to the lake. Does anyone know how the lake is and is you can take a small boat throught the creek or do you have to portage?

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We did not end up going to Shoepack last year, although there was a good deal of interest amongst the pike fishermen...I believe the lake would experience relatively little pressure, based on what I know of the portage. I do not believe you can boat in, but if you don't mind a hike, get on in there...and tell me about it when you get back. I am going June 5-9, and might entertain a bit of a hike for some monster pike!

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Shoepac is a portage or fly in lake. The portage is about 2.25 miles. The only game fish in the lake that I have heard of are Muskies. I believe the Muskies tend to run on the small side 5 to 8 lbs. Check the Mn DNR web site and go to lakefinder for the details.
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