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I will be up to Vermilion for my second visit next week. What type of Chew works best for Muskies this time of year?

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Grizzly Mint has been working the best for me, and the fish seem to like it's scent and long lasting flavor on my lures. grin.gif

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Grizz Mint also good for the Walleyes that should work!

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Seen a Muskie once, it was real purrrrrrrrrty.

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Got to get me one, how you do dat?

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I am Vermilions one and Only Musky Tom Wehler - Lord Duke of Mallard Island.

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Got a new .44 Mag so drop on over and give me something to test it on.

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Here, fishy, fishy, fish...Oh yeah.

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