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bucktail

muskie opener is just around the corner. anyone go tany hot tips for early season.

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currdogg5

Hey there bucktail, you new around this site?? Sometimes i like to buzz small bucktails in the shallys from large skunges. Thinking bout hitting Battle for the Opener what ya got?

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fishing4fun

I've fished Battle only once and had one nice fallow. Where are some locations one the lake. I'm from s.w. minnesota and get to fish muskies about 5 times a year. The east end of the lake seems to me that would be the best. Maybe not though.

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bucktail

fishin4fun I have fished that lake religiously for the last 6 summers. I know quite a few spots, its a huge lake. I am guiding out there this summer.

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bucktail

currdogg. Keep the baits small and the presentations slow early on. Fish are pretty lethargic after the spawn, but they are hungry!!! Boated my biggest muskie ever on opener.

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currdogg5

Good Call bucktail, i believe i witnessed that large catch of yours. And a dandy it was.

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bucktail

I have heard of small skies comin out of bull rushes. maybe if its a sunny day they would be up in there soakin in the heat. you will have to try it opener.

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currdogg5

I was thinking of maybe even trying it up in the shallows towards the rushes, i read an article where in fisherman was pulling hogs out of 2 to 4 feet of water on a sunny day early in the year. Can it be done on west battle is the question????? Dont worry about it. TIghtLines

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