Lake Kabetogama Ice House Rentals
Lake Kabetogama’s only fish house rental service. We fish out of new Ice Trek fish houses. All aluminum spray foam insulated. Clean, warm and comfortable. Holes are drilled and clean. Heat is on and bait is ready! Fish commonly caught Walleye, Sauger, Perch, Northern Pike, Tulibee, Eel Pout.
$70 per person per day includes use of heated Ice Trek fish house and bait.
Heated ice house, transportation, bait (fathead/chub minnows) & chairs.
What To Bring
Ice rods (2 can be used per person in winter) – rental rods are available. Electronics (Vexilar, Hummingbird, Marcom) rental Vexilar’s are available. Extra tackle, bucket (to put any fish you want to keep in), lunch, beverages & fish measuring device.
$10 a day per rod/reel
$30 a day Vexilar rental
Lodge Suite New in 2020! Our Lodge Suites comes fully furnished with cooking facilities, gas grill & Direct TV. Optional bedroom setup includes 2 kings or 4 twins. The living area has a queen sized pull out bed along with a twin pull out.
Lodge Room New in 2020! Our Lodge Suites comes furnished with Direct TV and optional bedroom setup that includes 1 kings bed or 2 twin beds.
Lodge Suite – $300 per night for up to 4 guests. Add $20/night for each additional guest.
Lodge Room – $160 per night for up to 2 guests. Add $20/night for each additional guest.
Why Kabetogama and Reef Runner for your next ice fishing adventure?
We are a small family owned and operated ice fishing operation. Reef Runner is the only day use rental service on our 26,000 acre lake! We do not plow roads as roads breed people we want our houses to be remote and private not amongst a 100 other houses. Tracked vehicle transportation to and from our houses. Voyageurs National Park offers beautiful undeveloped scenery! If your looking for a different experience compared to your usual Lake Of the Woods or Red Lake trip this is it. No crowds, remote houses, beautiful scenery and wonderful customer service. Reef Runner Rentals where your a name not a house number!
How to setup your rods for Lake Kabetogama!
When fishing Lake Kabetogama in the winter 2 rods can be used. Set one rod up as a dead stick by using a slip bobber rig and a couple of split shots a foot up from a number 6 live bait hook. Tip the hook with a minnow hooked 3/4 towards the tail on the upper body. Set your bobber stop so your minnow is 4 inches from the bottom. On your second rod we typically use a jigging spoon. Spoons such as buck shot jigs or Charmers made by Toms Tackle. These lures have a treble hook on the bottom of them. Pinch a minnow in half and use the tail or head on the treble hook. 6 pound monofilament line with your drag set right will to the trick! Another tip is to put a swivel about 2 feet from your spoon, this will help with line twist. Tie spoon directly to line. Jigging and watching your electronics will greatly increase your odds of catching fish!
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