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Good road to drive out for muskie and northerns?

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I will have a few hours between my vacation spots. Will be fishing walleye for a couple of days then on my up to low, but between trips I would like to find a spot for northerns or muskie for a couple of hours in mid Jan. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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Is muskie season open?

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I don;t know for sure, but I think muskie season closed Dec. 14th or so for the year.

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Yep .... It closed Dec. 15th

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Just big northerns. Just looked and saw the dnr changed the muskie season sorry about that.

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