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The tiger musky bite is as good as I've seen it right now and the weeds are still below the surface enough to fish over them trolling or casting.  Anyone looking to catch tigers it's a great time to give it a go!  Mix it up between floaters and suspended lures until you figure out which they prefer.  Same goes with speed.  There are numbers and some size if you pick thru them.  Usually fast is how we think of fishing them, but I had excellent results going extremely slow on a couple recent outings.  I'd stick with alewife patterns right now and alewife sized lures as well.

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It's certainly shaping up to be a better year than the past few years have been and I think with the cormorants moving in it will only improve. Seems to be showing a couple strong year classes from the past few years stocking also so that's great to see. So far for me the 3" baits I made over the winter have paid off, just waiting for a giant to show.
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I'm on walleye for a while now, though that doesn't necessarily keep the tigers off, but I hope some of you get after em!  

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