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GRfisher

Anyone going to be on Kab May 26-28?

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GRfisher

Hello everyone.

Just wondering if anyone is going to be on Lake Kab during May 26-28.

About 20 of us are going us there and none of us have been up there for a long time, and were wondering if anyone could help us out, with good hiking? fishing? senery? anything.

Thanks a bunch
GRfisher

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Check out the Locator Lake trail. The hike seems a little loniger than it looks on the map due to hilly terrain but last year there were some 70 year old ladies who did it so... It's a pretty walk and the view at the end of the trail is breath taking. There are canoes and boats chained up there too if you want to fish a little for some largemouth and pike. You can get a key at the visitor center.

Have a good time. I'll be up there June 1-6. How about you post a report for me when you get back.

Chucky C

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guts

A nice area to fish, hike and see scenery is in Lost Bay. Its a beautiful area with a short hike to EK Lake, and a longer hike to Agnes, and Cruiser Lakes. The last two have lake trout.

A tougher hike, and I don't have an update on conditions, is a hike back to the Shoepak
Lakes, which hold hungry Tiger Muskie(Hybrids). Th VNP could help you with updates. Good luck, guts

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GRfisher

thanks guys

yes i will check out those sites and will post how i did after i come back.

Thanks again

GRfisher

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Farley

Check out Ellsworth Rock Garden. We stopped there for lunch the other day, a buddy of mine fed a deer corn chips right out of his hand there. Kettles Falls is a pretty nice drive too.

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GRfisher

Thanks again, Guys.

Anyone do any fishing?

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Kab Dreamin

Farley,

I think we are spoiling that deer. Last July, while we were having lunch at the Rock Gardens, one walked over to the picnic table and we fed it some apple slices and potato chips. It's probably going to end up with high cholestoral. My kids got one heck of a kick out of it, though.

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GRfisher

Yeah i will keep a look out for it and maybe keep spoiling it. That would be really awesome for some young kids to have a deer that close out in the wild.

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