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New from Australia fish Big Bald and pigeon

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HI i am new to Canada (australian) - love fishing in Pigeon and Big Bald, caught lots of Bass - now I am focusing on Musky for Zero. Any Ideas - what lure and how to troll, cast for these from all you would be awesome, beers on my deck for the best tip when I catch One!.

 

Help needed thankyou

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Try casting some bucktails or Believers near weed edges. If I'm not mistaken, Pigeon is kind of weedy so might be a bit hard to troll in. Haven't fished there much so not very knowledgeable on that lake, sorry.

 

Joey

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I used to catch a lot of muskyies in Little Bald trolling tandam blade 1/2 oz spinnerbaits in blue and yellow right through the weed beds. The channel between Big and Little Bald has produced a lot of fish casting spinnerbaits to the shore and retrieving to the channel and letting it fall down the face of the weeds.

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Weeds are likely starting to die by now (turning brown), in which case they suck a lot of oxygen and muskies stay away. Find.....

 

- big flat rocks near the surface (where muskies sun themselves)

- rock points etc. adjacent to deep water

- open water with schools of baitfish

 

Troll believers, and or throw big jerkbaits and glidebaits.

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I used to catch a lot of muskyies in Little Bald trolling tandam blade 1/2 oz spinnerbaits in blue and yellow right through the weed beds. The channel between Big and Little Bald has produced a lot of fish casting spinnerbaits to the shore and retrieving to the channel and letting it fall down the face of the weeds.

 

 

man i fall in that channel of water so much its scary when u talk about catching lots of muskies in there

 

ahaha

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