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May 19, 2014
Since ice out is occuring as we speak(thank god), and this being only my second season hunting muskies, i was curious if anyone is willing to give me some pointers on fishing ice out( will fish still be deep or starting to go shallow to find warmer water, lures, etc.etc.etc). Any info would be great. 😀
October 1, 2008
In my opinion, use smaller gliders in perch or crappie colors or a single blade spinnerbait and work them slow. Others have had success with 1 oz rattle traps working them fast at this time of the year. We tend to see a few tiger muskies in the Spring cruising the shallows as the sun begins to warm them up in late morning. But they often have no interest in what you throw at them. And once in a while they do have an interest and you catch one. Good luck.