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Borch

Fall Cass Report

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Well our annual guy trip to Cass LAke is now over. With the cold temps Wednesday thtough Sunday we still caught fish. Our group caught lots of 15-21" eyes with several more up to 27" as well. There was one 48"+ musky lost at the side of the boat due to inadequate net issues as well. Although I still got the musky smell on my hands as I attempted to hand land the beast.

We found eyes in 4-12 feet of water during the evenings. Most fish were caught on cranks trolled over remaining cabbage beds.

Water levels remain very low and some accesses are tough for larger boats. Water temps ranged from 43-45 degrees Saturday night.

A very good trip overall.

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Nice report Borch! What baits were working up there?

Some lakes around your area have definately turned over so don't expect anything phenominal for about a week.

Good luck,

Corey Bechtold

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Nice report Borch! What baits were working up there?

Corey Bechtold


We caught fish on Thundersticks, #7&8 shallow shad raps, bombers, #11 7 13 rapalas, husky jerks & X raps.

Colors varied each night.

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