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Anyone Chasin Muskies This Weekend?

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Anyone headin out this weekend? I'll be fishing on the east end Sat and Sun. Can't wait cool.gif

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I was up with my family, i went off my point and i had a couple of follows, but didnt land anything, then i had one on off my dock! it got off as i tried to jump on the water to grab it becasue i didnt have my net. it was about a 35 inch, but the west end is where you want to be from what i have been hearing.

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I was out Saturday morning on the west side for a short 3 hours before we had to check out of the cabin and get back to the wives. 10 mintes in I had a nice one side swipe my manta and miss, later we had one roll on a top raider and miss and another bump on a bucktail that didnt work out.

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Was out today in and around Norwegian Bay on the west end. Three follows but no takers. Lots of pike and a bonus walleye, tho. We were using small lures most of the time.

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didn't get out opener for muskies, too busy chasin walleyes, i'm probably gonna hit the east end thurs or fri

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I didnt get out as much as I would have liked to. Ended up fishing muskies for a few hours on saturday morning. Had one lazy follow and had one slap at a jackpot but missed. Both real nice fish. You guys seeing anything on the rocks yet? Both fish i saw were in the weeds and shallow.

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