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Miltona Muskies...tips, reports only...

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We've gotten some reports of large fish in the area lately. What's been working? what have you seen? I was throwing a floating rapala of the dock over labor day weekend and managed to get a small one to follow in, plus had one roll nearby. Will this be a magic autumn for Muskies in the area?

your reports/ thoughts....(save the cpr debate for the other forum.)

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Their is some large muskies in the lake, like many lakes. They are few and far between though, but they are there.

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Spent a few hours out on the lake yesterday and moved 2 fish. Nothing of great size. Had one blow up on a jack pot and another one follow on a grinder. Both fish were up in the weeds and pretty shallow. Water temp was down to 67-68 degrees and the water is pretty green. Weeds aren't in the best of shape and turning pretty brown.

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