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korupt21

I'm heading up to West Battle Lake for some Muskie action. Any tips on where to fish on the lake? Hot spots where big fish can be found.
Both spring and summer would be helpful.

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korupt21

Can anybody help me out on this one? Anybody?

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ChuckN

The water is way cold right now and muskie action isn't typically very good early in the season. I usually don't bother with the skies until water temps start to climb. Water temps still are struggling to get over 55 right now, but this warmer weather helps.

If I were you I would find a steep drop off like north/south point, near Hwy 210 and start deep and work a lure up and down the break. I've seen 2 muskies this year caught in 25+ feet of water on a break caught on jigs and minnows going for walleyes. They are not real aggressive. There are a lot of new muskie quality lures that would flip the bill for this kind of fishing. You could try the weeds in front of the Shoreline restaurant area, that's a popular spot.

If the sun is out maybe look for them sunning themselves in the shallows, they love to do that in WB. Good luck!

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