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Wabigoon Muskies

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Hi all,

I have begun experimenting with casting for pike and musky, never really gave it much of a go but am learning to like it a lot this year. 

 

There are some really nice pike on the reefs and in the weeds this time of year and the muskies seem to be in 2' to 5' in the weed also. 

 

Here are a couple of musky I got on film a couple days ago.

 

 

 

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On 9/21/2019 at 1:04 PM, misfish said:

Ok, Jacks turn,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, LOL

Next year for sure, he is more into bird hunting though.

 

On 9/21/2019 at 8:09 PM, North Channel Cottages said:

That was sweet, thanks for sharing. 

What is the water temp up there where you found those muskie. 

It is hovering around 60℉.

 

 

On 9/21/2019 at 11:19 PM, Old Ironmaker said:

Better get a bigger net. Good solo job. While your at it better get a bigger boat. 

I WISH!

 

 

On 9/23/2019 at 11:27 AM, AKRISONER said:

Time to get a musky net lol

 Got one already but it takes up too much room in the boat, lol.

 

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Early 80's the "Goon" was the go to spot for big muskies in Ontario , if you remember the Molson's Big Fish Contest, a local resident there, " Craig Dawson " dominated it for a few years . 

 

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On 9/28/2019 at 7:08 PM, David Chong said:

Cool!

It was a cool experience for sure, i've been trying to replicate it for the last 2 weeks without catching one, but i'm learning all the time and fishing areas i've never fished on Wabigoon, feels like a new lake some days.

23 hours ago, dave524 said:

Early 80's the "Goon" was the go to spot for big muskies in Ontario , if you remember the Molson's Big Fish Contest, a local resident there, " Craig Dawson " dominated it for a few years . 

 

That's awesome, thanks for the history lesson, will investigate that further.

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You are in muskie god country surprised it took this long.  So much water around you with good numbers and size

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7 hours ago, Raf said:

You are in muskie god country surprised it took this long.  So much water around you with good numbers and size

I’m starting to get into it, I’m kinda just casting for pike or anything, went out today for 6 hours in the pouring rain and got 4 musklettes(small ones... lol) , like you say, it’s nice to be 30 seconds from Wabigoon and 20 minutes to Eagle Lake.

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Your feeling the addiction. I like it.Man, If I lived where you do, I wouldn't fish for anything else. Well, maybe the odd walleye stop for a meal, but it would be muskies non stop for me. Eagle lake is a bucket list lake!! 

S. 

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