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muskiejoe

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I am going to be staying at McQoids tonight with my family. It will be my mom, wife and three little kids. I am thinking of doing some slip bobber action this evening. Any advice on spots? Are they still biting on the shallow rocks, or do I need to take them all the way out to the gravel. I would like to stay relatively close to McQoids area. I would appreciate any tips as this is my one and only time up there this year, and I would love them to catch a couple walleyes or perch. Thanks, Joe

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Muskie, check recent reports on this page.. Picks got some nice ones right in front of Macs last weekend. Good luck

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Muskiejoe, the last two weekends my kids and I have done well on the gravel/rocks on and around 2 mile. We have been in 21 to 25 feet. Most boats have been deeper by the drop off. We have caught fish from 9 inches to 26 inches day and evening. Check it out. I think most of the deeper rocks and gravel are holding fish and they seem to be very aggressive. Oh yea and we have caught perch in the 9 to 12 inch range also. good luck!

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You guys are awesome. I think I will go out about 6/7:00 and try deeper gravel first and if no good, try graveyard or banana reef. Thanks again, Joe

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Try spider reef as well, I did pretty well there last friday. Drift up into 8 feet, but the wind was blowing from isle that day...play the wind and drift over or anchor on top....Hennepin on the south side is always good in the evening as well. at least 2 of the last 3 weekends I have been out there at night

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