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Went out with Katerina yesterday and didn't do so well. We were completely skunked! I would just like to know where are the good places to go for trolling on the US side for muskies this time of year? Any help would be great!
 

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Weed edges near deep water or outside edges of drop offs with weeds on'em. You can find that types of structure all around anchor bay just look at a depth chart and you'll see'em everywhere all the way around.
 

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From 26 buoy all the way to st. clair light you just have to run your lures a little high with the weeds 5 for 5 on the canadian side in the hole but first fish came on the canadian side right at 26 crossing the channel 3 fish same boat rod st. lawrence loke 10ft 6oz, the deep water off of huron point 15ft again run lures high with the weeds some good fish in there.
 

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Anywhere as long as it's not near me.
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Along the edges of the shipping channel can be good. Here's a short VIDEO of Pete Mania trolling the channel edge in LSC.
 

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The Dumping Grounds if the floating weeds don`t foul your lines.
 

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QUOTE(Czar @ Jul 31 2009, 06:46 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>The Dumping Grounds if the floating weeds don`t foul your lines.
I second the dumps
 

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Try thye US side of the Detroit River. Belle Isle has some of the best trolling sreas as well as casting in the Lake. Try deep waterin the Bay. I think I will go back to trolling for a year in my boat next season. LOL
 
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