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Andrew Erickson

shore fishing bush for muskies

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im not sure yet but im thinking about heading over there tomorrow or wednesday for some muskies from shore.I dont have a boat so i am limited for spots.Any lures or spots that you guys could reccomend would be great.Thanks

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early morning, and i mean around 5 am...with big suckers.

you might be able to pull in some pike/muskie with a dare-devil too. As to location, either the point or pier....

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If you're fishing lures I would just start on the main lake (don't bother with the north and south ends, shallow and weedy, not much access to deeper water) and just wade and cast, and cast, and cast grin.gif. If you're gonna soak a minnow I'd say the point.

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