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Lake Bemidji Muskys in October?

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Hey, no need for "hot spots", just curious if it's worth fishing for Muskys in October on Lake Bemidji and if so, does one troll deep or cast the shallows this time of year? Thanks and any help will be appreciated with a report back to this forum - Scott

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Yes it is worth fishing. I have done very good on a few midlake humps and the shorelines. I dont troll but assume it would be affective too;

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Scott,

There's some monsters in there. October would be prime time to get a big fattie. They could be anywhere....shoreline weeds, breaklines, reeds and midlake humps. Make sure you try the gammet. Don't forget to check the deep water for baitfish. Good luck.

Tim

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