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BigWormin

Ash River / Kab . .

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I will be heading up to Ash Trail logde mid week next week for a snowmobile trip and am hoping to pop a couple holes and wet a line sometime while i'm up there. I was just curious, is there a night bite happening on kab? Or is it mainly a dawn and dusk bite? I'm mainly in search of a couple eye's. I'm not looking for any spots, i'll work to find my own, but I was also curious about Ash River, is that worth trying or would it be better for me to head out and just fish kab?

thanks for any input!

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BigWormin, You'll have a great trip as the snow conditions are great and the trails are in wonderful shape. Groomers are out and things are in excellent shape. As for the fishing, try the mouth of the Ash River and right across from there is the entrance to Lost Lake. A few eyes have been caught in both places... Good Luck, and have fun,,, Fishkab

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thanks for the info fishkab, i can't wait to get up there! i'll report back and let you know how we did.

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Well in about 4 hrs fishing (2 hrs in the am and 2 in the pm) my dad and I missed 2 and caught 2 eye's. Got a 20" and a 21" out infront of the Ash river. Lots of snow and a ton of slush/water under the snow.

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