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  1. Hey guys, posting for a friend here. As this explains he had musky baits stolen out of his boat while on vacation. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. STOLEN MUSKIE BAITS *******$1000 reward******* Wishmaster Wish Dark Walleye Hosebaits Bluewater Baits Elzinga Baits Rennie Baits Perchbaits Stolen from my boat was a musky monster box and a 5 gallon pail rimmed with custom muskie baits. This happened between the hours of 9:00 pm and 6:30 am on Sunday evening August 31st into the morning of September 1st 2019 at Rock Pine Resort in Pointe Au Baril, Ontario. I am offering up a $1000 reward for the return of the baits that are listed below. Please keep comments in good nature, yes I probably shouldn’t have left them in the boat, but I have learned a hard lesson that will never be repeated. Let this be a lesson learned for everyone to take your stuff out of your boat for the evening. A lot of these baits are one off patterns made by Hoser, Lidio and Steve and have a been run hard with a lot of lip wear and hook rash present. Most importantly to me is they have history and most with a good story to tell. I would definitely like to see them returned to me and that’s why I have offered up a reward. Below is a list of what was taken to my best recollection but I am sure I am missing 5-10 baits and cannot recall everyone that was in the box. Lakewoods Monster Musky Box – Faded Green from the rain and sun Lil Wish Wishmaster Dark Walleye Cream Belly I ran this Wishmaster as Rolf would have wanted, it has lip wear and hook rash. Hosebaits Giant Flat Shad Night Shiner Giant Flat Shad Glitter Perch Giant Flat Shad Perch Orange Belly Giant Flat Shad Tennessee Shad Flat Shad Tennessee Shad Flat Shad BJ Shiner Flat Shad Night Shiner Green Eyes Flat Shad Firetiger Fatty Glitter Perch Fatty Jailbird Fatty Tennessee Shad Hose Jake Cisco Hose Jake Firetiger Hose Jake Jailbird Bluewater Baits 8 inch Herring Firetiger White Belly 9 inch Herring Solid Black 9 inch Herring Rock Carp 9 inch Herring Hot Tail 9 inch Herring Imposter Perch 9 inch Herring Glitter Perch 9 inch Chocolate Walter Orange Belly 10 inch Herring Georgian Bay Cisco 12 inch Herring Strawberry 12 inch Herring Black Glitter (White) Slim Jim Roach White Belly Jointed Sidewinder Chocolate Walter Orange Belly Sidewinder Chocolate Walter Sidewinder Skunk 10 inch Chocolate Walter Orange Belly Elzinga Baits 7/11 Plain Black Muffy Diver Glitter Perch Muffy Diver Yellow Belly Roach Bubble Shad Yellow Belly Roach 8 inch Jointed Yellow Belly Perch 12 inch Red Pecker Head Rolf 12 inch Tennessee Shad Perch Baits 8 inch Jointed Glitter Perch 8 inch Jointed McCarthy 8 inch Firetiger 8 inch Perch Orange Belly 14 inch Custom X Glitter Perch 14 inch Black Perch Rennie Bait
  2. If your looking for a higher end reel I would go with the Shimano Stradik. I have an older model and its the best spinning reel I've owned. Also worth considering are the Shimano NASCI and the Daiwa Tatula. I have those as well. Both are at a lower price point but great reel.
  3. There some good info in this video and Tactial Bassin has many more videos on frog fishing that are worth checking out.
  4. 90% of the time I'll texas rig it. Yes you can use 5". I actually tend to use 4" most of the time, even drop to 3" sometimes. Also I wacky rig it from time to time when the cover is sparse. As far as weight goes I use a weightless hook most of the time unless I drop to 3". Then I will use a 1/8 to 3/16oz.
  5. Too many times for me, and the best part is they wave as they go by!
  6. Agree with the above statements S happens and there's nothing you can do about it. I myself have unintentionally hooked a musky in the gills and when I got it into the net there was nothing I could do but try to unhook it. Nearly swallowed my medusa from behind. I tried to revive it for a while but there was nothing I could do.
  7. Ditto. I don't know if it was mentioned before but I always trim the legs shorter on my frogs, always. I cut them to either to the same length as the body or shorter. I feel that this has improved my percentages. If they still miss, in goes the senko.
  8. Congrats it’s beauty bike! I have to agree with Aplumma here. I believe this is what/ how you must think when driving a bike as they’re are lots of terrible driver out there or people who just don’t care about bikes. You must always be the one paying attention. I’ve been told my many people I know who have rode bikes and still do with many years of experience, it’s not if you will get into an accident it’s when.
  9. I"ll admit that I was one of those that was sucked into the vortex of custom made musky baits. I have spend some cash on those custom baits with sweet paint jobs but they still haven't put as many musky's in my boat as the some of my older cheaper baits. Not saying they haven't caught fish however my best lures have been the believer, blades and bulldawgs. On the OP with musky fishing dying off with people under fifty, I disagree. When I goto the Kawarthas I've seen many young guys out there fishing musky.
  10. Awesome! Beauty pics and great report!
  11. X2. This has been my experience as well. Locations are primary, baits and presentation are secondary.
  12. I was wondering the same thing.
  13. Beauty thanks. I looked up that area of Severn Sound on navionics, I've never fished there and looks like a big area. We will be there from Sat morning to Sun morning, was thinking it might be to much ground to cover in a day.
  14. Thanks everyone for the replies. Sounds like I have my work cut out for me. What about Tea Lake near Gpool? Has anyone fished it? Found some old forum posts from different forums claiming there to be walleye.
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