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out fishing on a "north suburban" lake these past few weekends getting pannies, spotting a TON of large fish in the water.

what suprised me, one staerday morning cruising the shallows we spotted numerouse very large muskies just sitting in about 2 feet of water. still as a board, they would just twitch and show there side every now and then. whats up with that?

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out fishing on a "north suburban" lake these past few weekends getting pannies, spotting a TON of large fish in the water.

what suprised me, one staerday morning cruising the shallows we spotted numerouse very large muskies just sitting in about 2 feet of water. still as a board, they would just twitch and show there side every now and then. whats up with that?


We need to know the name of the lake to give information about that...

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I would imagine they're just taking in a little sun/warmth.

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I've spotted muskies doing that quite a bit in the spring. Like Turnupthefishing said, I would assume they're just gathering the warmth. Plus, there's food up there in the form of panfish.

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