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Capt. Quicksteel

Slow Muskies

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Is it just me or has the muskie fishing been off? This has been the slowest week I've had in 10 years. The water has lots of bloom in it but that hasn't been a problem in the past. Makes a guy feel like he's losing his touch!!!! Luckily the walleyes have cooperated..

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Your not alone and you probably havn't lost your touch. My take on the situation is that July was such a banner month that the fish are still recovering from it, at least the ones that made it. Saw too many floaters in July... Sad.

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thats very disturbing news..like I said going in 2 weeks .besides hoping the musky fishing picks up..i hope the whole musky population isnt dwindling because of so many floaters not to mention all the reports of spearing and shooting...lets hope their all ok....terribly sad

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