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I have fished off of lost point the last fews years around New Year's. We haven't done real well, and I was looking for a new place to try this year. With the winter starting out the way it is, looks like ice shouldn't be too big a concern. Any help out there?

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Dr. The ice should be in good shape for you your sled and whatever. Today opening of spearing, the spear houses were put out and most people state they are on 6" of good ice.

Remember that they spear in shallow water and deeper water or waters known for currents only have 1-2" of ice now. This evening we have -5 now and a cold forecast for the week I suspect the majority of the lake will be safe for sled traffic this coming weekend.

You mention fishing on lost point, I don't know where that is, are you talking Namakan or a point off Lost Bay or Lost Lake?
Dr. Are you fishing eyes, crappies, perch or pike? Post back and I'll see what spots come to mind. <}}}}}><

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How did the guys do on Kab? Any big ones? I know lots of people that go there for the opener. I'm working so I don't even think about it. frown.gif
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Sorry, I have fished straight across from the Visitor center on Kab. I think it leads back into one of the many Lost Lakes. Anyway, I would really like to catch some walleyes, but crappies are a close 2nd.

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Dr. Straight accross from the vistor center is Lost Lake, that bay is to shallow to fish in the winter, but as you know, they fish out in front of it for walleye and sometimes get good action for saugers and big perch.

Depending on snow depth when you get up here, they do fish several other areas for walleyes and nearly always fish the mouth of ash river/sullivan bay where it runs into Kab. This same area is often a good crappie spot as is further down the shoreline for crappies. These3 spots are handy because they are just off the snowmobile trail and always accessible.

As for ice Dr. we were 21 below last night and will not get much above zero today with cold forecast the rest of the week. Presently there is 8-10" of ice in the shallow bays with 4-6" on all of Kab. Good luck, <{{{{{><

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