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French Muskies

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Has anyone been getting any. What baits have been working better topwater, bucktails, jerkbaits, ect...

And what are the weeds like?

Thanks

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Plenty of follows while casting shallow for walleyes n pan fish. Won't give my spot, but they are active. They are not little fellows either, 45+.

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Just out of curiosity, how do you tell if it is a french muskie, accent?

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Check for hairy pits and legs if it is female. This is a dead giveaway that it is french. grin.gif

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They also turn and run when they see the boat. tongue.gif

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not only that but they are very rude and think they are better than all the other fish, swimming around with noses up!!! tongue.gif

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