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Will be staying at Pine Aire this year. Have spent the last 4 years never geting any farther east than the Little Richie, Chase, and Cuculus Island areas. My question is there any good walleye areas east of there or should i stick to the places that i have had my best luck.
So much lake so little time.
Would also like to find a spot to take the kids crappie fishin.
Ooops will be there the first two weeks.

Thanks

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guts

Towman,
As far as I'm concerned you come up at perhaps one of the best times of the year for early season fishing. Depending on ice out, that or a week earlier can be some excellent fishing.

Since you do well not going East of Cuculus I would only suggest going into Lost Bay. The West end of Kab is usually the best fishing thru most of June. Then fishing further East may pay off.
Crappies are usually difficult, but way into Lost Bay they may be spawning and catchable, depending on water temperature.

Crappies are so spotty that you might need the latest report when you get up here. Either ask your resort , check this site or ask at one of the bait shops.
Good luck, guts <{{{{{><

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Towman--- Yes I agree with Guts, you are in the prime time for Kab. I little suggestion for that time of year is pay close attention to the wind. fish the areas that the wind is blowing into. Get on the windy shorelines, the bays or points coming out of bays. generally that time of year the fish will be shallow 15 feet or less and the wind is a big factor. Good Luck Fishkab

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