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Kabetogma in June

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I was wondering if you cold help me with something. We are planning to stay in Ash River during the second week in June. During this time we plan to fish on Lake Kabetogama for Pike. In general is this a good time to fish for pike, and are there any places you would recommend trying around the Ash River area? We would probably be willing to go out aways from Ash if there are any exceptionally good spots out farther. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I too am going to be at the kab-ash river area in june the week of 6-21-6-28 and am staying at the frontier resort. I am taking a father son triop up there with my 2 sons 13 and 16 the last time i was up there i was 16 or 17 years old myself. i can't wait to go but it has been 2o some odd years since i have been up there so i can't give you any real help except to tell you to read all of the past posts as far back as you can under the kab forum site here and you will get a lot of pointers on where to go and what to use, well good luck to you and be sure to post how you did when you get back.

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we used to stay on the ash river several years ago at ash trail lodge..usually went up memorial week or first/second week of june...sullivan bays channel will hold early eye's if temps aren't extreme, fish the edges around the markers half way up sullivan...another producer was the bay on the left side of sullivan just prior to entering the narrows...also the opposite side of the channel along the rock wall...if youcross the neck of kabe from the narrows there is a spot marked as lost lake, darker water warms early...wolfe island also a known producer, usually the south east end ..look for the breaks...good luck

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Finding Pike won't be a problem, the channels, shorelines, and nearly all of Sullivan bay will produce Northerns.

On the other hand if you are trying for big Pike, go back towards main Kab, you can troll or cast lures in Blind Ash bay, Nebraska bay and a big holder of all species including big pike is Lost Bay. Generally Kab will produce the bigger N.Pike early in the year because of water temps.

For lures, spoons are always a good bet, large Mepps, big raps, Ikes, cisco kids, poes and etc. A absolute guarantee for Pike is good ole fashion bobber fishing with a sucker minnow,(light northen bait). Its a sure fire way for some action, as well as you can catch other speices. Good luck,
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Light northern minnows might be called small suckers or small decoy minnows, the minnow is about 5-6 inches in length. Fish with a hefty slip bobber and leader using either a kahle hook or a standard hook size 1 or bigger.

Game fish, especially pike like the big minnows. The bobber will generally bob once then go out of sight after about 60 seconds let it rip, he should be hooked..

Good luck, I know the Gateway Stoe on hwy 53 at the Kab entrance carries light northen minnows. guts <}}}}><

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