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Tough decision

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I have a tough decision fella's. My bride gave me a "hall pass" for Sat. afternoon and all day Sunday. I live in the south 'burbs - Will the drive to ML be worth it; is the fall bite on? Muskies/Walleyes? Or should I chase roosters? confused.gif

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It's always worth it!!! laugh.gif

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I would get up to The Pond. Start trolling HJ's and Shad Raps. Things s/b picking up. Especially if the weather turns around.

If you get up there- a word of caution "hang on- the piggys are getting hungry" grin.gif

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Get to the pond, dude. You can shoot roosters for months still.

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yesterday there were 5 hen phesants at the cove bay public access. there should be a few cock birds around also. hunt during the day and fish at night...........tom fellegy

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Thanks for the help. The question remains: Is the fall bite on?

If yes, see you on the pond. If no, I'm heading south.

fwt cool.gif

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