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Fished Anchor Bay out of Selfridge from 8:15 am to 2:15 pm today. Foggy to beat all this morning. Didn`t burn off till about 10:30. 1 st cast produced a 2 lb largemouth. 8:30 the same # 5 mepps caught a 36 incher, ( musky). Pic taken, promply released. Fished the weed beds between the ramp and Salt River with several smallies to 2.5 lbs caught. Had a few follows from decent sized Musky casting a Red Eye.. Started trolling a distint mud line coming from the Salt River and hooked a toofer `skie. ( 24 incher). Every fish was caught on the same Mepps. Also a Rockie and a Gill too. LOL. Water temps ranged from 63 to 68 degrees and there were may fly hulls present in the water.. Good fishing to all and may all your fish be lunkers.
 

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Bucktails are doing wonders in the Bay now. I have one color that has taken 8 Muskie in five days and lost at least 9 or 10 more. Five out of every six have been after Bucktails. Good fishing all. Bob.
 

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Hi ya Bob. What color might that be? Is there any brunners runners available in any stores?.
 

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The Primetime went out Monday nite with no luck. Tried a variety of plugs with varying depths and distances in 10 to 12 feet. Found some good weeds off Marsac Creek. We started at Brandenburg and turned around just before Compass Point. The wind was a little stiff and the air temp seemed to drop pretty quick although the water clarity looked decent. We trolled about 4.6mph.

Constructive criticism is welcome!

Thanks
Steve
 
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