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Brian Jones

7-9-07 Report and pic

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Water temp is now around 73 degrees and the musky action has been on fire. Don't worry about what kind of bait or where you fish just get out and wet a line. Walleye action is also heating up with the mayfly hatch ending. Cranks have been doing a little better as of late and the old faithful nightcrawler on a lindy or spinner rig. Best depths have been from 7-20 feet for my boat.

Jumbo perch have been going strong on jigs in minnows in the cabbage and flats around 7-10 feet of water.

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nice fish, looks really calm out.. looks like the day I was out last week..might be the same day? blush.gif

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