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Fishkab I will be coming up for the opener (company trip). Have never fish Kab. Was wondering if you have a few tips.We will be staying on the Ash river. Thanks for the help.


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Sifty, The water temp on opener will determine where the fish are. Some years the fish are in deep water and the vertical jig will do the trick. Talking 30 plus feet of water. If the water warms, the fish can still be in the shallow and the windy shorelines will hold lots of fish. The opener is a little later this year so you may have to check it out right away in the morning. The spawn should be done so sometimes they are in the deep water recuperating, if it warms they will move shallow and feed. Good Luck Fishkab

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Thanks fishkab, I'm looking forward to getting on the water. Is there a favorite color for Kab and is there a favorite minnow?
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Sifty, the favorite colors are the chartruse, green, and I do well with blue for much of the year. I have about every color and sometimes if you work a spot and keep changing colors it can work. I usually have every person in the boat start with a different color and find the one.. It changes from day to day sometimes. Have a good assortment. I use either shiners or fatheads early. Good Luck Fishkab

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Fishkab, Thank you for the help. If you see a green 1850 sportfish on the lake give a wave. Good Luck

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