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Sabaskong Bay Report

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I have a trip of a lifetime planed for next week with the "Old Man" and I was wondering if anyone had some general reports. Temps, clarity, colors, ect. Leaving Sunday any help would be great.

He will be tossing Musky junk and I'll doing this and that.

Thank

Dennis

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Well Thanks anyway

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Hecter: I think the reason you didn't get any reply is, nobody has been up there lately and we really refrain from giving out bogus info.. Sorry we couldn't help you this trip, have a GREAT time fishing and keep the faith. This is a great site and give it a chance on your next trip.. Kaz smile.gif

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Ohh thats not a prob, Muskys were sour from the weather but got to see the old man in action with 1- 40" pike and 2- 37" pike. Funny to see Him get dissapointed when they werent Musky's grin.gif. Weather could have been better, It got a little cold at night in a tent. We ate some fresh walleyes and crappies for lunch more than a few times. So all in all a great trip.

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