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Large or smallmouth, they're all just bait fish to Mr. Muskie.
What I like about Muskie is that they are an opportunist feeder. If something swims in front of it and it's hungry, it will eat it.
Also you don't really have to get up before the crack of dawn to catch them.
Muskelunge...gotta love em!
 

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My buddy had a pike do that to walleye in Canada. He led it by the boat, and I scooped it with the net! Absolutely huge pike, too.
 

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Nom, nom, nom, nom...
I've read articles, where guys fishing in late Summer, early Fall, will fish with live bait the size of 22"+ Suckers! I figure those Muskies are loading up for winter.
 
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They don't call it, Thunder on the Water for nothing. How many times have you cranked your lure in, pull it up outta the water only to see Mr. Muskie staring at you? Its usually too late to put it back in for your figure 8.
When my friends showed me about doing the figure 8, one of em said, that an awfully weak figure 8
He said, it's more like a Lazy 8.
And now you know the REST...of the story.
 

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I've read articles, where guys fishing in late Summer, early Fall, will fish with live bait the size of 22"+ Suckers! I figure those Muskies are loading up for winter.
Small baits in the spring and bigger baits in the fall is what they say.
I just cast whatever. I get more on the smaller baits
 
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