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Hibbingite

Lost Bay Area

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Hello all,

I will be heading up to lost bay this weekend. How has the fishing been? Has any been out by Wolf Island?

Does anybody know if they have any campsites close to wolf island handicap accessible?

I would like to be bringing my aunt who has MS and has a difficult time walking. She loves getting out and would be great if we could get her from the boat onto an island site.

Thankyou to all who reply.

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Hib, Wolf Is. has been getting alot of attention, lots of over the harvest size fish being caught there. I've not heard of many keepers from that area. The deeper waters near Wolf would be a good area to fish. Cuculus has given up some keepers and saugers near the sand bottom structure between Cuculus and the penninsula.

Down in Lost Bay, I had heard of some catches in Ek Bay. Should be little better current flowing, another 1/2" of rain last night. While near Wolf, try Green Is.

Hib, contact the park for info on handicap accessible campsites, I can only think of one up in Namakan.

good luck, guts

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The site in Blue Fin Bay, just north of Cuculus island has a dock and fairly gentle slope up to the campsite. Close enough to the start of Lost Bay to be reasonable. It's good of you to consider other's needs.

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Thanks Guts,

We just got back, and fishing was slow for us. Only 1 wally. We are going to check into that site so thanks for the tips.

Good luck

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