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Went out today just after 4pm and was off the water at 8. I actually just went out to try a little musky casting in between Beacon Cove and Metro, when this nice Eye hit my black and orange bucktail in about 10 fow. Im always fishing for fun, so it doesnt matter to me what I catch, but I seem to always hook into the opposite of what Im trying to catch...lol. Anyway, I though it was a nice fish that I though I'd share.
 

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Nice Walleye.


Did you eat him or let'm go for me to catch tomorrow?
 

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Always loved getting walleye that would hit a bucktail. They ddint seem to act like walleye. The ones aggressive enough to hit a 10" bucktail HIT HARD AND RAN HARD. Best casting IVe seen for walleye is anytime you have a hard east wind 12mph or higher with heavy overcast skies near Selfridge ANG and the water gets stained. The walleye move into 4ft of water and hit anything. Thats about the only time on St Clair I could purposely target walleye with a fly rod as well.
 

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QUOTE(muskie_caster @ Jul 24 2009, 10:19 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Always loved getting walleye that would hit a bucktail. They ddint seem to act like walleye. The ones aggressive enough to hit a 10" bucktail HIT HARD AND RAN HARD. Best casting IVe seen for walleye is anytime you have a hard east wind 12mph or higher with heavy overcast skies near Selfridge ANG and the water gets stained. The walleye move into 4ft of water and hit anything. Thats about the only time on St Clair I could purposely target walleye with a fly rod as well.

Appreciate the info Muskie C
That is good to know.

Nice eye Ray!
 
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