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Posted: Dec 28, 2016
Winter has arrived to the far North and to Kasba Lake. Temperatures range between -18 to -32 degrees and some snow has fallen. These conditions are within the normal range for this time of year. The scenery is breathtaking and the lake is frozen solid which makes it the perfect time for some ice fishing. Our watchman Scot has already taken advantage and thrown down a few lines. However, the fishing has been slow because the fish are not near the surface or biting because they are in hibernation.

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Posted: Aug 8, 2016
Wow! What a whirlwind season it has been at Kasba so far! The fishing has been nothing short of spectacular all season long and with giant Pike, Trout, and Grayling being caught and released daily there have been too many smiling faces all season to count. I thought now would be a great time to look back and reflect on the season we have had in Canada’s beautiful North thus far. The spring came quick this year - intact the quickest we remember in 40 years. Flying into camp on June 15th there

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Posted: Feb 25, 2016
In only 4 short months the first fishermen will arrive at Kasba Lake for the start of our 2016 season – and man are we excited. We have many great plans and ideas coming for 2016 and it will undoubtedly be our best season yet. Our sportshow season is in full swing with upcoming sportshows in Omaha (Feb 25-28), Los Angeles (March 2-6), Pheonix (March 10-13), Toronto (March 16-20), and Minneapolis (March 30-April 3). Please make sure you stop by our booth and say hello to either Clark or myself

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Posted: Oct 30, 2015
All fishermen face the dilemma of what to spool their reels with, braid or monofilament. To answer this question you really need to start with a few questions of what you plan to fish for most, and which fishing technique you prefer to employ.If you plan on heading North to catch the Pike of your dreams then braid may be the best option for you. Braided line has no memory, which means less casting tangles than monofilament. Braided also has 0 stretch and is tougher to cut, leading to a higher qu

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Posted: Oct 5, 2015
For over 40 years Kasba Lake Lodge has been offering world-class fly-in fishing trips into Canada’s far North. That’s something we are truly proud of. Being not only a member of the family at the core of the Kasba legacy, but also a senior guide on the lake, I have heard just about every question there is to hear about Kasba I think. But the one that seems to be a routine “Day 1” question for me is “How did this lodge get here” or some iteration of that. Well here I thought I would share the a

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