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whaler1

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  1. 2 minutes ago, muskie magnet said:

    What's the main forage base there ? I noticed you don't bleed them out,  taste good, even the bigger ones ?

    Alewives are plentiful in Otisco. 
    We did bleed them out before putting them in the well. 

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  2. Tommy and I took a trip to Otisco last night to fish for walleye with Justin Okrepki (justtravytrolling here on LOU). 
    We have gone with him multiple times and just like previous trips it was incredible.
    Justin takes precision trolling to a whole new level and the results speak for themself. We set nine rods, mostly cores of Otter Boats and one on a rigger. He pays very close attention to his set and each rod is in a specific spot. His tackle and electronics are state of the art. It’s amazing to watch him work as well as to learn about what he does and why. 
    We had rods set by 6 and had our limit of big, fat, pretty walleye by 9. We pulled and drove to a shallow area and casted for an hour which resulted in fur or five bass as well as another walleye. 
    If you’re looking for a cool experience I recommend Justin 100%. Otisco is incredible and Justin lives and breathes it. 

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  3. This is a different property. Guy who owns it has a camp he prefers to hunt. 
    about 30 acres. Room for a small foodplot on not the best of soil. But we got one in and the deer love it. Had a pick of a three year old double drop last year but I think he’s dead. 
    Very suburban piece but really pretty cool. 

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