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Scorp1

Mantrap Muskie Action.

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Scorp1

Hey Guys,

I'm thinking about driving up and fishing Mantrap tomarrow and I was curious what the Muskie fishing has

been like.

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Fishing_High

I have only fished the lake twice this year we really were not evening targeting ski's more pike but managed to get a 40 and 38in ski along with a bunch of northerns between 5-9 lbs. But have been there since late Aug. But we saw couple big Ski's surfacing in the morning in several areas.

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MuskyBug85

fishing high we know you caught those two fish out of season in may but seriously lets post someting with relevance in terms of up to date time frame. i know that they have been catching a few on pearl/nickle showgirls not cowgirl and a few fish on suckers on quickstrike rigs. topwater is a great choice as well on warm afternoons i suggest weagles and vipers a hog wobbler would also be a good choice if you have the patience to fish them. don't be afraid to pull cranks on edges after dark as well.

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Dano_the_jigasaurus

Scorp,

throw up some results if you get a chance, would like to hear how other musky hunters are faring, since I haven't been out for a while.

dan

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Scorp1

Hey Guys,

I drove up for the day and the Muskie action was slow. I

had a muskie up on a Double Chopper, She came in real fast

and I went to the L Turn and than she turned away. So I

continued working the spot and nothing. The other fish was

Northern also on Topwater. I was surprised that the fish

were chasing topwater.

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MUSKY18

Hey Dano! You down at school now, fishing French? Haven't been out much, but hitting Little Boy and Wabedo tomorrow. grin.gif

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Dano_the_jigasaurus

Yeah, I am down at Gustavus, haven't been out on French yet. I have been spending most of my time out on Tonka or goose hunting. As far as fish go nothing exciting to report yet. Good luck out on Wabedo and LB. I am pumped for a break from school so I can get back up to musky country.

dan

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MuskyBug85

father guided on trap today they got a 37 and had one other bite both on suckers on the edge.

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