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Just booked a room at the red door for saturday night september 22. Just wondering what the prospects for night trolling are up in that area? Or will we have too run a ways? I'm also thinking i might throw a muskie lure out while we troll, any suggestions on a crank too troll for them?

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Hey otter i sent you an email last night, did you get it? If you didnt my email is birdpuppy@hotmail.com thanks.

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Cranks I would use would be taildancers and shad raps for the eyes, Buchertail Depthraiders and shallowraiders for the muskies. Use your deep divers with bottom bouncers and lead core for the deep structure and long line the shallow divers on the shallow rocks and bars.

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