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I went trout fishing again and talked to some people who fish there also. I guess there is a local 50+ inch musky there so if yo

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  • matouse3
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    I would try something, better bring the right gear though.

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  • BuckTheSystem
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    Be ready for a delicate fight. With no leader you don't stand much of a chance. I hooked a muskie on a small mouth rig (small rattle trap w/ 10lb line). I was able to get him all the way up to the boat, but broke my line when I tried to horse him into the net. I paniced and lost my cool, and lost my fish.

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  • kyle
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    If you are trout fishing you wont be able to fight a muskie. Also if you are able to spot the muskie most likely he is not interested at feeding at the time. Lot of times when I'm crapppie fishing I have these huge 50+ inch muskies right around my boat then I throw the muskie baits out nothing!! When I do not see them before hand thats when I catch them! Thats the way it goes for me, if somebody can tell some pointers when I do see a muskie around my boat what can I do to make then strike???

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  • huntcamp
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    I would have to try something, but it is hard to make them bite when you want them to. He got 50 inches for a reason. I literally put a worm in front of a 40+ inch musky for 10 minutes and nothing. He was sitting under a bridge and would not move.

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  • I went trout fishing again and talked to some people who fish there also. I guess there is a local 50+ inch musky there so if yo

    I went trout fishing again and talked to some people who fish there also. I guess there is a local 50+ inch musky there so if you saw him would you tie on a spinner or something and try to fool him into biting.

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