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I’m trying to reach the person that goes by Kab Kid. We will be up at Kab July 2nd through the 8th on vacation. Just trying to get an idea of what a guides service would run for a half day during this period. We will be staying at Moosehorn Resort, appreciate any information or help you can give.


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Not Kab Kid, but just got back from a week at Kab. Tim Watson is supposed to be very good. But if he can't go, he will refer you to someone who can.


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Tim guided us last year. Put us on fish and didn't have a problem sharing spots. Definately recommend him.

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Do you have contact information for Tim Watson, I can provide an email address for this if need be. Appreciate the help.

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Wade Watson or Tim Watson

Phone: 1-877-GOKAYAK or: 1-218-875-2037

or 1-218-875-2075

or www dot voyageursadventures dot com/fishvoyageurs.html

If he's not available call Tomahawk resort and ask for Bill Winters.

The website address should work on this Message board, they have the phone number and address on one of the hotbite videos on this site so I shouldn't be violating policy. I highly reccomend both of these guides. Good luck.

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You might not be able to get a hold of anyone in that area, phones are out and could be down for 1-3 weeks because of the storm Thurs. the 23rd. I had heard it was a tower that went down. Cellular phones are working but I would imagine that most computers up there are hooked up to the phone lines for internet and e-mail.

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You could also try Chuck Carlson, been a guide on Kabby for many years. Don't have his # but if you stop at Jim's station(the new one on the corner of Hwy 53 & Ash River Trail) he knows Chuck and can get you his #. I believe a half day costs about $150 plus gas & bait - pretty much the norm for all the guides there. Good Luck!

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I used Chuck Carlson two years ago and we did very well on a slow day. We walleye fished in the morning and northern fished early afternoon, catching some nice snakes. He has a great Lund Baron boat and all the gear. Make sure you bring some coffee and cookies as the service doesn't provide any. We paid $150 and had alot of fun, marked alot of spots, etc.

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Phones are now working in the Kab/Ash area so give these guys a call...took their #'s off the Kab Lake Assoc. web site.

Alan Burchell

(218) 875-3491

Tim Snyder

(218) 875-3831

Don Granger

(218) 875-3841

Lee Herseth

(218) 875-2352

Frank House

(218) 875-3861

Wade Watson

(218) 875-2037


Chuck Carlson

(218) 875-2025

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Appreciate the contact info, were actually staying at Alan Burchell’s resort will have to see if he has time. Also Wade has contacted me by email.

Thanks for the help


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