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South End Action Saturday

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Fished Winni south end Saturday the 23rd. I fished Moses Bar only. Between 6:30 am and 1 pm I caught 8 fish between 19" and 25" but no eaters. I would have liked some eaters but you can't complain when the big fish are on a tear. Most guys were fishing just off the bar in 30 feet but I was fishing the edges of the bar in about 16 feet. Six to eight foot lindy rigs with one red bead and a jumbo leech. It wasn't just me, lots of guys were boating the big ones on Saturday. These were energetic, fiesty fish ready to fight. Had a couple get close to the boat only to decide to go for another run.

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I've been hearing good reports from Musky Bay ranging in depths from 12-27 fow dragging crawlers. Some slot fish and some keepers.

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Ditto, but we caught more fish 20-30 yards on top of the break, rather than on the break.

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