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While trolling for muskies this week I saw a tree stump in front of g.p.y.c. in about 15 ft of water, it was floating about 3-5 inches below the surface and would surface thru a wave about every third wave or so, it was about three foot in diameter and about 3 or 4 ft long. I tried to pull it out of the water, but I was alone and it was too heavy!!
There is still a lot of logs floating in the lake too!
(Big ones)
Oh yea, after being skunked wed & thurs, we went 1 for 1 last night (38 inches long), 15 ft of water in front of
11 mile on a masons muskie killer.
I am on the way back out there now, be safe!
 

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Good going, knowing where this junk is can make us becareful in that area, and all area's really. But good heads up.

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As reported earlier there are alot of logs just south of Beacons Cove (around the launch ramp) and about as far out as their gas dock goes. They were just a few inches of it above water, but the logs were 5-8 inch in diameter. One made it back on shore, but the rest are too big.
 

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Speaking of Beacon Cove, there is a large log, looks like half a tree almost straight out from the marine launch, about 500 yards. Doesn't break the surface. Tried to tow it, but it was way too big. I let the marina know, with the all the large boats, it won't take long before someone looses a prop.
 
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