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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Jessup Pa.
  • Interests
    Muskie fishing, CrossFit
  • Home Port
    Susquehanna River
  • Boat Name
    My Boat
  1. I would like to thank the Old Man for sharing his spots. I ended up with catching and releasing 4 muskies the attached photo was the largest. Thanks again..
  2. Thanks guys. I managed to hook into one tonight at dusk right off Toms point. The Old Man comes through. No pics it fell off at the boat while I was waiting for the net man. He's out of practice.
  3. I currently on lake Chautauqua staying for the week. After two days of musky fishing I have yet to see a fish. I'm mostly a caster but have tried trolling. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. All the action that day was within 50 yards.
  5. A friend and I were out on friday Nov. 15th manage to boat 3 nice muskies I attached pic's of the two larger ones, and a cute small one. At one point we almost had a double header when my partner had a fish hooked in a figure 8 and I had one following my Double Dog for multiple 8's. I set down my rod , netted his fish and picked up my rod and the musky was still there starring at my lure. I couldn't get him to eat unfortunately, maybe that was a good thing because the net was all fouled up with my partners fish rolling around in it.. All fish were released clean to be caught another day.. PS The action all happened at the tail end of a major ( Moon Under Foot )
  6. I wish the Tranx was available in left handed. I use a combination of Shimano 401TE's , Curado, and a few Abu Garcia's C3 series..All on St. Croix rods.. I'm an all day caster
  7. Thats interesting a few weeks ago I spent a week on the Saint Lawrence near Cedar Point. Every day a good size northern would swim in front of our cabin with his head out of the water.. One day he was bobbing up and down exposing half of his body.. Strangest thing I ever seen. I've seen Muskies swim on the surface, but they were more horizontal this Pike was almost vertical. I think he was there to taunt me, because every day I failed to catch a Musky.
  8. What a good idea. Can't wait to get on Otisco this year. I will be heading up there soon. Congrats and great pics.
  9. The Pike smashed a 7" Phantom softtail in a Shad color. I was on the north/west side of the island off the cliffs in about 20' of water.
  10. Just got home from a week of hard musky hunting on the St. Lawrence. I fished for muskies all week both casting and trolling. More Casting than trolling. I hit the humps on the 40 acre shoal and Ant Island every day along with others. NO muskies, but lots of Pike. I couldn't believe I didn't contact one Muskie. I threw Double 10's, Phantoms, Bulldawgs, and Shallow Raiders. The Perch colored shallow raider 10" worked the best using a Twitch and Rip action. I attached a photo of a nice Pike I caught near Carlton Island. Also where are the smallmouth this time of year. My boat partner fished for smallies all week he caught a few , but not the numbers we expected. The quality was there but not the numbers. We had a tough time catching enough for a meal.. I will admit I was defeated by the Elusive Musky.....Maybe next year.
  11. Figures the guy who answers the phone was probably furloughed..
  12. How about coming back from Canadian waters.. Do I have to call the U.S. Customs? Or do I just run for it...
  13. I would think they prefer live ones..
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