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28 June 2016 - 09:31 AMEarlier last week they weren't that bad at Metro. Went back a few days later and they were there by the millions. Both fishing piers where covered in them and all along the shoreline. Went over to Harley and you could see the fish slurping them off of the surface.
25 June 2016 - 08:56 AMThat's pretty neat I wouldn't expect to see a ski up that river about how far up it were you if you don't mind telling
I was fishing the North Branch. North of M-59 and Card Rd. I usually see a few pike, tons of small suckers, and chubs. 1st time I've ever seen a musky.
23 June 2016 - 07:54 PMWent wading in the Clinton River yesterday when I walked up on this guy. I've never been able to get this close to a fish in the river before. They normally just take off. I was probably about 4 feet away. I guess the fish was somewhere between 24-28". musky03.jpg
That water is really clear for being the Clinton River. Is that a pike?
Actually the area that I was at is pretty shallow. Not too many holes that are over 3 feet deep. That musky was only in 1 foot of water or less. I saw him on my way back and he only moved a few feet when I got too close to him.
23 June 2016 - 07:40 AMWhy are you selling the boat? Are you planning on getting a new one Iggy?
16 May 2016 - 09:25 AMNice musky. I would try fishing that spot in the fall come September-October and you might be able to hook into a mid 40`s-low 50`s musky.