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guides for Kab?

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We're coming to Kab for a week and are looking at hiring a guide for 1/2 day to show my friend and I some walleye locations and patterns. Prefer anytime Sunday 6/29 or Monday 6/30 in the morning. We're staying near Chief Woodenfrog campground and would prefer locations in the western half or 2/3's of the lake. Any recommendations?

boboconnor@attbi.com

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I agree, try Tim and Wade Watson from Angling Adventures they know this area very well. Call 218-875-2075. Also if they can not help you out on those dates try Lavern Oveson, he has been guiding this area for many, many years and has the best stories to share. His number is 218-875-2671, he does not guide a lot anymore but he is a great guy and great guide.

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Thank you for the referrals. Sorry I am so slow to respond. I had a family emergency and then went out of town.

I booked a day with Wade Watson.

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What do guides typically charge? Should you also give a gratuity?
Thanks

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The link to our's guide's web page is on the second message of this thread and it shows the rates. Note that bait and gas are extra. I did not ask, but guides should be able to give you an estimate of typical gas and bait costs. I expect to tip, and I would be interested in hearing what guidelines others use...

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Good choice! Wade took us out about 3 weeks ago for a full day and we couldn't have been happier with the service and his company. That guy had more jigs and red hook snells then Gander Mtn and Galyan's combined. While i don't think a tip was expected, he surely expressed his gratitude. We also picked up some fine apparel(ok t-shirts and hats) to memorialize our Kab Angling Andventure. Boat 10, Wade, not 19!
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