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Fishing report

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Finally, the time has arrived after reading the posts all spring and summer I'm heading to Cass this week.

How has the fishing been Musky's in particular.

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Yeah. Let's hear some reports! Water's low... we know that. But how's the fishin' been? Any muskie activity? Brian... what's up out there? Heading up in a couple weeks for a 5 day trip. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Fishing has been pretty darn good... Was out the other day and found eyes in 8-12 feet of water.. Not sure about the "rough" fish but Jones had a huge one that hit and released(Typical Story) grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

Perch action has been going great for jumbos in 20-30 feet of water... Noticed some nice fish starting to move up shallower... Temps are dropping but we recieved about 2" of rain this past weekend.... Noticed on one lake near Bemidji that went up almost a foot!!!!

Jig/Minnow combination and the trusty old Crankbaits have been working well....

Hope this helps....

Beef

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Good to Hear! Fish biting, water going up.... All good news!

Only problem is I still have a month to wait. frown.gif

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