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I am taking my three boys up next week. I've never been on the lake and am looking for any help as to where to start looking for Mr. Walleye. Also, are the hazards marked on Kab? We will be staying on an island on the west end. thanks for any help.

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The northwest side of the lake is a great place to fish, the deep water in front of garbage island is a pretty good spot sometimes, its about 20-28 feet of water and we always seem to pick up a few there ( it's by the Rock bouy marker 30 feet to the south east) also good spots are by the visitors center and the southeast side of jug island and, potato ,sometimes the bay right in the mouth at sugarbush about 300 feet in any deeper in and you will catch alot of pike, If you are looking primarily for waleye stay out in the deeper parts of the lake this time of year with water temps in the 80's it may be tough for mr wallie, any good rock structure will hold a few, the smallies and pike should be very easy to catch if your taking smaller children it's a hoot put anything on and find a weed bed and the smaller pikes will hammer it same with the smallies, I'll be up there next week friday 0809 and I hope to get as many pike last year ten over five 4 over ten, one fifteen,

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You should have a great time, warning the bugs are bad, otherwise its great. Walleyes will probably be hittin best on crawers with long snells, either use a floater or inflate the crawler, makes a bid difference. On the West end of Kab. I've had preety good luck off the North end of Little Pine Is. and the West side of Shipwreck. Somtimes depending on wind Yewbush Is. can give up afew eyes. On the backside of Yewbush near the navagational marker theres a deep hole that has sauger, if you need fillins. You can keepSauger any size. The lake does have rock markers as well as Nav. markers, and most the campsites have names as well. Good luck, post back after your trip.

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Thank-you both for the info. Any help we can get is much appreciated. We are planning on getting to the lake on Thursday. Will for sure post when we get back.

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