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Esoxmn

Anyone know how the muskie fishings been the last few days? I was thinking of heading up tommorow. Any help would be apreciated.

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TomWehler

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BoneCrusher is always HOT in early Oct.

Toenail is now holding a few Fatty's.

Slipped Disk is really Due.

Harrys Pit can and should be fun in the next week.

Sugars Reef, Body SLAM and the Nude Gap are sure to Produce a good trolling bite.

Elephant hump should be good this week come the SW or S Winds above 16 MPH.

Flea point and Midge Ally have fish near by, most just waiting for someone to drop on by.

Sleepy Eye and FLag Staff Reefs are looking good and a friend just bagged a beauty.

Highlow is on fire with fish, but they all got LOCK JAW!!!

Any of these places are just waiting for you to serve up lunch.
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We will be hitting 16 to 20 of these simular places each day with clients in the next six.

Have fun and watch for the KnobGobbler.


Keep on Rock'en!


T.


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Magnum

Hey.... I don't see any of those spots on my new Lakemaster Map. What gives (ha ha)????

Good luck with the trollig bite this fall!!

Mags

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MT Net

You need the newest revision to Lakemaster's new map; the MTGS Version. More information then you can handle.

All of the spots mentioned above, and much much more. Locations are discreetly marked in a color coded fashion. Tips for which bait works best on which spot at a particluar time of day, during the moon phase. Tips on whether to cast or troll during the Rusty Crayfish molt and mayfly hatch.

[This message has been edited by MT Net (edited 10-03-2004).]

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Elv8rman

Musky Tom, I always love reading your posts this time of the year. I'll grab my map and sit down and try to decipher your coded messages. Your last post looks like it will take me awhile! I chatted with you briefly at the N. Metro Inc. meeting late last winter. I always appreciate Guideman's and your reports. I'm heading up late this week, do you think it's more of a trolling bite yet? Or should I still be casting? Thanks again.

Elv8rman

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guideman

It's been almost too windy to cast the last few days however, I'm not much for trolling myself. smile.gif

Looks like a great weekend is on it's way, as we are expecting day time temps in the high 60's to low 70's, the rest of the week.

Water temps have fallen like a rock in recent days, turnover can't be far away in my estimation. Big hair, gliders and cranks should be on the menue this week for the big girls. smile.gif

Have a great time! smile.gif

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Elv8rman

Guideman, thanks for the info. I've usually gone up the first weekend in Oct., but for the last few years it seems like that is the coldest weekend of the fall. This year, we'll try the second weekend,and it looks like it might be too nice! As I stated before, thanks to you and Musky Tom for always giving out info about the conditions and the bite. For those of use who only come up a few times a year, we appreciate the free info, which could cost you some income. Maybe I'll run in to you at the V club and buy you a "pop". Thanks again.

Elv8rman

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andy j

I heard there was a 60" fish caught up there a few days ago?

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Silver Scale

I have heard nothing yet so will treat this as another 60" rumor until I see some proof.

Jim

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FrazerBayMan

Tom -

Any reports on anyone shooting those elusive Humpback Teal and Three Legged Wood Ducks up there yet?

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guideman

Like Jim said, I'll believe that when I see it....
I caught a 61"er on a hotdog once... smile.gif

Tom is on the island until the 17th of October, he has no computer up here. smile.gif

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Big Chimney Muskie Baits.
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