Kabetogama Lake is part of Voyageurs National Park on the Minnesota, Ontario border. This lake has miles of pristine, undeveloped shorelines and 25,000 acres of water. It is a popular vacation destination for people who love the outdoors. There are many resorts waiting to accommodate you and most of them have boat rentals available at the resort.
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Primary Species of Fish
Walleye & Northern Pike
Walleye, sauger, northern pike and perch are the primary species of fish in this lake, however, the smallmouth bass and crappie fishing can be pretty good here too. Walleye are the preferred target by most anglers. Good numbers of fish plus some very big fish are possible here. For pike, it’s one of the better big fish lakes in Minnesota. Perch are available in big numbers, so expect to catch them while fishing for walleye.
Secondary Species of Fish
Smallmouth Bass & Crappie
Smallmouth bass and crappie are secondary here, but if you can find them schooled up, you can do really well here for both species of fish. If you don’t find them schooled up, try fishing for walleye and pike.
Kabetogama Lake Fishing Tips
We have plenty of fishing tips in the following sections:
Kabetogama Lake Fishing Reports
Kabetogama Lake Fishing Regulations
Kabetogama Lake National Park
Learn more about the Voyageur National Park here.