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Old 03-11-2012, 08:02 PM   #1
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Went out casting for Muskies, for 4 hours. Great day, water was 44-48. I would say the water is close to summer pool, maybe down 2-5 feet. Skunk'd but a fabulous day to get the boat out.
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Old 03-12-2012, 10:47 AM   #2
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Musky fishermen are the only folks I know so desparate for action that they count "follows" as achievements...
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Old 03-12-2012, 01:35 PM   #3
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Old 03-12-2012, 09:27 PM   #4
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One thing for sure about musky fisherman is they have to be strong to throw baits all day long. I consider achievement a compliment since i take any fishing a serious matter. When i break for lunch i then troll for them!! I do get a little less excited when i have to go home though and when you consider i throw baits larger than some fish folks catch, achievement is a good thing, Dave

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Musky fishermen are the only folks I know so desparate for action that they count "follows" as achievements...
Yes there is something magical about a 42" fish, chasing my 12" lure, 6" under the water, 8" from the boat. That is some serious action.
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Yes there is something magical about a 42" fish, chasing my 12" lure, 6" under the water, 8" from the boat. That is some serious action.
I dont chase muskies but i agree 100%. Never got pumped up for a small saugeye to chase my bait or a bass. But man put a 40" plus fish an inch behind my spinnerbait comeing into the boat and my heart just starts pounding out of my chest! A very exciteing part about fishing!!
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At least you got the boat out and gave it a try. I picked up limbs in my yard from the winter.
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