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GRIZ

best launch @ ash river

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GRIZ

Rookie here at the ash river area, what launch has ample parking and a decent ramp? Im headed for the east end of Kab. Thanks for any response. GRIZ.

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Xplorer

Griz,
The park service ramp is right at the east end of Kab, just west of where the ash river enters the lake. Its exactly 10 miles from Hwy 53 to the ramp.
Nice double concrete ramp (steep tho) and three parking lots for truck/trailers. Also park maps and lake regs are posted there as well as "facilities" and a dumpster.
Xplorer

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OO Buckshot

Xplorer is right on about that ramp. Nice with lots of parking.
Post how the fishing goes, we will going to that area in a couple weeks, can't wait.
Good Luck

OO Buckshot

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Dusty

Just some information to those of you who maybe camping on Kabby or Namakan lakes. You need a permit from the park service to camp this year. The permit is free but I heard they are limited in number. You may want to check ahead before you leave. I don't have the park service ph. no. or web site, sorry.

Dan

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Dusty

Nope, just a handle I picked out of the blue.

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Guest

I used to know a Dan Dust in Tujunga California! Any chance you're him?

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Xplorer

Just a quick FYI, I called the Park Service and checked about the new camping permits. Only one is needed per camping spot, and should be attached to either your tent or bear box. It is good for your entire stay. And they are not limited in number, they are trying to get an idea of the total numbers of campers on the lakes over the summer.
I am guessing that this could be a prelude to an eventual BWCA type setup, where you will need to reserve/pay for a camping permit and numbers will be limited. I believe that it would require a change in park law as right now camping is permitted anywhere in the park, not just in designated spots. But with the increased numbers I have seen the last 7 years I figure it is only a matter of time.
Xplorer

PS: I also asked about any current bear problems and they said they have had no complaints to date.

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