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Petey923

How busy are the weekdays on the pond?

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I'm coming up Thursday, spending the night at Appeldoorns and gonna fish that night and all day Friday. I can't imagine it's as busy during the week as the weekend, but I've never been on the pond so I'm not sure. What say y'all? And, I want to try some Muskie fishing Thursday night but don't want to stray too far from the resort. Any help is greatly appreciated, I have very little experience night fishing and fishing for Muskie in general. Thanks!

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Petey,

It is not very busy during the week at all. As a matter of fact, sometimes you will think that you are the only one on the lake smile.gif

As for the other questions, I can help you with all of that when you get here.

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there is great little pod rate buy apple I am sure paul will tell you about. But we were up there last weekend and fished pretty hard nothing! You might have better luck going 2 the rocks weeds are starting 2 brown.

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Thanks Paul, looking forward to meeting you!

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Thanks Muskiedreams, I'll be having Muskiedreams Thursday night laugh.gif

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