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WT,

Did you make your annual muskie run this fall? If yes, how'd it go? Give me some pics to get me through the long winter!

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Yep, sure did...

Didn't go that great actually. My boy got his first 2 muskies so that was kind of cool. 49 incher was the biggest this year... My hotspots were pretty cool this fall..

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Once again I didn't get up there this fall. I'd like to talk with you sometime about fall spots- not prying for gps coordinate type info, but wondering what you're looking for in your best spots. That being said, each year when it's the right time to be up there trolling, I have a really hard time getting away from my bow and arrow, so I never seem to make it up there. I've got a few spots in mind that fit the "facin' the basin" idea that I'd like to try.

Very cool about getting your son his first coupla fish!

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Give me a call anytime...

I've been trying to think of someone to ask for help myself this fall...

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