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AWH

What's the musky activity been like lately around the smaller Longville area lakes? How about Leech? Everything I've been hearing, it's been pretty slow. Has it started to pick up at all?

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Terry Hagstrom

A fwe fish have been caught but it's almost a repeat of last year. It's been terrrrrible!<BR>Bemidji is the one lake in the area that has produced some fish with consistantcy.<BR>Hope I didnt rain on your pick nick.<BR>Terry<BR>Terry's Guide Service

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AWH

Thanks for the response Terry. Unfortunately, I must say your report was right on. We fished Leech on Saturday without any action what so ever.

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Terry Hagstrom

I spent all day on Leech and this break in the weather seems to have made things worse.<BR>I worked a lot of great areas before the wind cranked up and saw only a few fish on deep cranks and believers.<BR>Hopefully the weather will stabilize.<P>Keep trying otherwise you will never know if the bite is on. You know, you can't always trust us muskie fisherman (persons) for telling you when things are really going. smile.gif<P><BR>Terry Hagstrom<BR>Terry's Guide Service

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Guest

fished wabedo a few times last week.......fishing was pretty slow, but did recieve lots of follows on weed points with deep water around them. the fish really seemed sluggish and not interested at all.....maybe this break in the weather will change that.

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Guest

THANKS ALOT TERRY, WE HAD A HUGE COLD FRONT IN OHIO THAT SHUT THE FISH OFF. WE NEED A FEW DAYS OF STABLE WEATHER. WE USUALLY CAN GET A FEW NICE NORTHERNS OUT OF URAM REGARDLESS.

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Guest

Fished for musky with a guide last week for 1 day. 5 followers and the guide landed a musky in the mid-40's. Lots of fun!

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AJ

Any new Leech Lake muskie news from this weekend? I have had a POOR season there. Can't even buy a follow in my favorite spots. Small part of the lake vs big lake? Maybe I should fish for walleyes this coming weekend instead?

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Terry Hagstrom

See my post for "Leech or Mille Lacs"<BR>Have been using small baits and weedless stuf when needed.<BR>Terry<BR>Terry's Guide Service

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