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muskie opener

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was wondering how every body did opener. As for my self not one follow.Was only able to fish today for a few hours saw alot of guys out there.Did get a couple pike and alot of smallmouth follows ha. hopefully a few of you guys got fish

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Was bowfishing on Mille Lacs today and saw plenty of nice Muskies, especially in Cove bay (not many carp though)

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Were those Musky spawning and do they bite when spawning? I'll be fishing Cove bay next week. Any hints tips would be great.

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I just got home fished cove all day yesterday and today not one sighting makes for a long day. I worked the new weed growth on both sides of the reef threw almost every lure i had. Worked the rocks for a little bit. maybe this will help a little bit what not to do I guess mad.gif. anyhow good luck let me know when you get back if you did any better.

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