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Fishing in Sept - Ash River area

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Hi,
Want to fish Ash River area for Walleyes on 3rd week of Sept. Suggestions on where to stay and fish are appreciated.
Thanks,
Speedo

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Jim W

Speedo,

Trolling cranks in the Ash river can be very effective during low light periods. MOrning until the sun breaks the canopy.

Long line firetigers, purples etc. Key in on holes and their edges.

The very last point before making the 90 degree turn towards the lake, there is a 20+ foot hole. I have had good success there.
I recommend camping at one of the first come first serve sites on KAB.

Keep the rods bendin'!!!

Jim W

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guts

Speedo, Jim gave you very good advice. If you are looking for lodging rater than camping, Ash River Trail resorts have a website you can probably find what yoou want. Good luc, guts < )))))><

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