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Anderland...Didn't want to keep stepping on Bird Dogs feet in his post so I put up my own. Thanks for the kind offer. Yes I am interested. Always interested in getting together with a fellow Musky hunter. Never know what you might pick up. Don't know yet how things are going to shake out for the this weekend 4th. Going to chase walleyes on Ida Thursday and then (like I said) possibly down to Amelia on Fri. May have some family friends coming on Sat. and who knows then for Sun. Too busy for me. Anyway here is my e-mail. Give me shout and we will see what works. If not this weekend then for sure sometime in the future! Take Care.

WW

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Kicker

Wavewacker,

have you benn fishing Amelia this year? if so how has it been? i used to fish that lake quite a bit a few years back but it seemed to me that the lake went downhill the last few years. just curious as to how things were out there.

Kicker

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Kicker,
I have never been on Amelia. I have a friend that is staying on Villard that I believe connects to Amelia. They wanted to go out chasing some eyes so I may be down there on Fri. to see what we can do. If you know some spots that I should start on please let me know. Thanks

WW

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If you look at a lake map of Amelia and go out to the right from the landing there are underwater fingers, or points that follow a weed line. they are tricky to fish but we did alright there. Probably one of the best producing spots is straight across from the landing where the point comes out. it's a real fast break off the point dropping into the 30's if i remember right. work that point down the shoreline along a cow pasture. there's a nice breakline there that the walleyes tend to hang on. other than that there are several points on the lake with fast drops that i think a jig or a live bait rig could work well on. we always dragged lindys with leeches and crawlers. good luck, let us know how you do. i'll be up in the area chasing a few walleyes and if i get energetic maybe a little musky hunting.

Kicker

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