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Dave T.
Posted 9/5/2017 5:25 PM (#876687 - in reply to #870386)
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nice fish! i like that bottom pic too, but it looks like she has one of the gills in her hand maybe?

not criticizing, just wondered looking at that picture.. just want to make sure shes still swimming so i have a shot at her!

again, awesome fish!
cwestly
Posted 9/5/2017 8:34 PM (#876708 - in reply to #876687)
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Location: Land of 10,000 Lakes
No bleeding and swam away like a champ...I will agree it does look like one of the gills may have been in her grip.
Dave T.
Posted 9/5/2017 8:53 PM (#876711 - in reply to #870386)
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good to know! ill be looking for her next week!
PredLuR
Posted 9/6/2017 9:18 PM (#876831 - in reply to #870386)
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Location: Madison, WI
Fished out of Tamarack Fri - Sun. Friday and Saturday were lame with big winds and we were stuck fishing were we could. Only managed a 36 and 45 with a few light bites on the 8 in 2 days. Got out early Sun morning and from 6:30 -12:30 we got a 43, 45, 50, 52, 53.5. It was during a period when the wind was shifing from the south to the north and the lake laid down Once the wind shift was complete the fishing fell off a cliff for us and we picked up a few smaller fish. Saw fish on both rocks and weeds, top water and bucktails shallow.
Propster
Posted 9/6/2017 11:25 PM (#876843 - in reply to #870386)
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Location: MN
That's a great day!
ToddM
Posted 9/7/2017 7:46 AM (#876859 - in reply to #870386)
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Location: oswego, il
Yesterday was a good day out there. No giants though, 6 for 11, 5 more tried to eat and missed, 5 pike over 30. Biggest ski was 44. This was my 4th day on this body of water and my first full day of going wherever i wanted. I hope the next 3 days are as good.
Abu7000
Posted 9/7/2017 3:34 PM (#876950 - in reply to #870386)
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Todd, where are your bump board pics?

Edited by Abu7000 9/7/2017 3:35 PM
ToddM
Posted 9/7/2017 9:13 PM (#876987 - in reply to #870386)
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Location: oswego, il
Lol, we only bump boarded two fish just to see and they were what we guessed, 42 and 44. Not seen a big one yet.....
Fisher
Posted 9/11/2017 8:26 AM (#877364 - in reply to #876987)
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Location: Roseau
how did the trip end up?
Thanks
ToddM
Posted 9/11/2017 9:13 AM (#877379 - in reply to #870386)
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Location: oswego, il
After wednesday the wind switched east and then southeast. Was alot more than forecast and never let up not even at dusk. We lost two friday evening, a nice pike a day and no more than 3 follows a day. A far cry from wednesday. There are few weed spots that were not stirred up, muddy and heavy algae mixed in. The few that we found that were cleaner showed fish. We trolled off some spots saturday just to change. No fish but we marked quite a few hooks suspened 5-8ft down between islands and well off reefs. Alot of rock areas had heavier algae mix too again the cleaner areas seemed to be better. Beaches were bad. The lake cooled off 4 degrees, 63 when we left.
Bcarsella
Posted 9/16/2017 10:27 PM (#878188 - in reply to #870386)
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Tough day on LOTW.....white caps, rain, mist, cold front ....fish didn't appear to be very active but managed a 43" in the boat. 8" Jake bait casting submerged rocks. If tomorrow doesn't bring 20+ MPH wind I'm heading back out.
Bcarsella
Posted 9/17/2017 11:39 PM (#878286 - in reply to #870386)
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Managed to get a 43" ski with the cold front, 15-20 MPH wind at the Northwest Angle,LOTW. Tough fishing
Bigmuskymike
Posted 9/20/2017 8:44 PM (#878647 - in reply to #870386)
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Been fishing Sab. bay since Saturday. Boated a 39 on Saturday and a 43 on Sunday. Since then had a few swing at surface baits and miss but other than that it's tough. Been a rough week so far. We are fishing 8 - 10 hours day...
Bcarsella
Posted 9/22/2017 1:48 AM (#878818 - in reply to #870386)
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I'll be out in full force tomorrow and will update when I return, this will be a bit more interesting as my wife says you can go but your bringing the boy with you ........4 years old. If I recall I remember doing this when I was a that age but I remember getting a Bucktail hook in my arm. Let's hope it goes better with now my son and if the apple falls far from the tree haha. Any one around the Angle this weekend and see a Kawasaki green Larson that's us.
oly67
Posted 9/22/2017 7:45 AM (#878828 - in reply to #870386)
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Last week me and another guy caught 17. Biggest was 45. Had 2-3 larger ones hooked temporarily at boatside, no go. Sabaskong.
Bcarsella
Posted 9/22/2017 10:32 PM (#878969 - in reply to #870386)
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9 fish total 3 caught nothing big 43,40,39. Saw a couple mid 40's fish but no luck. Having big thunderstorms right now and high winds 50+ gusts so I Guess it will be a adventure tomorrow. Northwest Angle area

Edited by Bcarsella 9/22/2017 10:33 PM
Bcarsella
Posted 9/24/2017 11:57 PM (#879176 - in reply to #870386)
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Got a 50.25" musky on Saturday and a 39.5". Totals for the weekend were 5 fish caught and total fish saw was 15. Just me fishing with my 4 year old! Great weekend will be back up in a week or two.
Propster
Posted 9/25/2017 12:43 AM (#879179 - in reply to #870386)
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Location: MN
Two on Sat and three on Sunday? Good on ya! How is he as a net man?
Cosmoz 08
Posted 9/25/2017 7:55 AM (#879192 - in reply to #870386)
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Location: SWEDEN
Did my first muskie trip to Youngs Wildernes Camp last week.
I went with a group from sweden that has been here almost every year and this was trip nr 10

I landed 6 muskie (top 37) missed a big one around 50 and several nice followers .

We were 6 guys fishing for 9 days and we got 41 muskies , top fishes were 49 , 48,5 , 44 , 44 . We saw one that where closer to 55 then 50 missed one around 50 and several around 45 .

Best baits
Smaller bucktail with 6 or 8 regular colorado blades or singel with indiana fluted blades a swedish musky bait called Musky Thumper
Allso crank , Big Game size 6 or 8 , specially 8 inch was extra hot last 2 days

Bcarsella
Posted 9/30/2017 11:38 PM (#879779 - in reply to #870386)
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Lol all I had to tell him was get the red net......"the big one dad "....yes that one bud. He helped me get a 50.25" last Saturday and I'll tell you he was just about as excited as I was. Will never replace that moment with my son and hopefully he remembers as well!!!!!

Edited by Bcarsella 9/30/2017 11:39 PM
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