MuskyRuss

Musky baits

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Hey guys...Im new to the site...just wanted to drop in and show you some custom homemade foil musky baits ive done...Let me know what you think. Thanks MuskyRuss

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MuskyRuss,I have to agree w/Swede, thats bluegill is BEAUTIFUL, Im just a Rattle Can guy.doing SCALES is about the best Ive got. Going to try LARYING colors next.

GOOD LUCK GOOD PLUGGIN

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Russ-I like all of em, Question -what eats something this size? Must be bi suckers.

Salty- nothing wrong with yours also, like the color scheme.pete

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Russ-I like all of em, Question -what eats something this size? Must be bi suckers.

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Pete

Esox masquinongy will eat those like there snack food. Maybe while you're in the states, you can get a chance to try your hand at Musky fishing. As for gear, do you have an 8 foot surf rod, med heavy. It'll be springtime in southern IL and the musky should be in a post spawn condition. I'll make you a couple of spinners to get you going. The lake I'm thinking of has a 48 inch minimum to be a leagle sized fish... and they have a nice full set of teeth.

What do ya think Pete, give it a go?

Bruce

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Bruce - sound interesting, 48"! !!!, I had better start doing some push ups. We are booked for a days fishing on one of the lakes near Clinton with a guide, so maybe I will get a chance to sample these 'Musky', should be fun anyway.

Thanks for the offer of spinners, I might take you up on that, otherwise I think "Capt Someone" (forget his name) supplies all the hardware.pete

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I have to agree with the others. The Bluegill is the better one by far. Very nice craftsmanship. :)

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Pete.

Mo. has Muskys on Beautiful Lake Pomme de Terre 7,800 Acres of Muskie Water Just two hours south of Kansas City. I don't know if there are any other spots around Clinton that do or not. When one of those Big Girls hit on a spinner, it will take a moment or two to get the heart going again. I have about 6 to my credit to date and every time, it just gets the blood pumpin' into overdrive.

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