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Walleye35

August muskie on Cass

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Walleye35    0
Walleye35

Anyone out there have any ideas where we might start to look for Muskie during the first week of August. I am planning on trying Pike Bay and the cabbage in Allens Bay. I am taking my son who has never caught a muskie or a big pike and I would like to help him catch and release his first big fish on Cass. He is 11. Thanks for any tips on what to throw or other locations that may hold fish at this time.

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Bob Gray    0
Bob Gray

Walleye, position your boat on the breaks and fan cast over the cabbage beds and points in Allen's Bay. Use smaller bucktails and spinnerbaits that can be cast all day. Burn em fast.Browns, yellows, and reds are all productive hair colors. If there's a good algea bloom, orange or red blades seem to work well, if not golds and silvers. Dawn and Dusk are prime time....spend the afternoon perch fishing to give your arms a rest. I hope your kid sticks a pig! Good Luck!

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gowdy    0
gowdy

Bob,

Thanks for the post. A good buddy of mine just moved to Phoenix, and I bought all his musky gear. I've caught them before by accident, and am going to go after their behinds now on a regular basis.

Thanks again.

Take care,

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Walleye35

Thank you Bob for the info, we will put it to good use. I am hoping to see him boat a big pig. That would make his summer. Thanks again.

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