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Does anyone fish in Everett bay in June??? I had heard that there maybe some muskie that cruise in and out, but what about any other species??? Thanks for the help..

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The mouth of the bay is a popular year round fishing spot. Walleye are the main target. Muskie, Northern and numerous panfish should be found in the bay itself.

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Everett Bay produces quite a few large muskie every year.

There are also a lot of pike in the bay.

There are sunfish and a few crappies there also.

The mouth of the bay and the North shoreof the bay close to the mouth should have a few walleyes.

Jigs and minnows and lindy rigs with minnows or crawlers have been working well.

Cliff

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thanks, some great info...are the weeds thick in there yet???

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Not sure how high the weeds are in the bay. confused.gif

I would guess that they are around half grown now.

Cliff

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