Current dictates fish behaviour and location. In late fall it is even more important as water temperatures drop into the 30-somethings/under 5 C and the energy and speed of our quarry disappears more with each degree.
Some techniques are no longer effective while others only work this time of year. Others simply need to be tweaked or lures modified slightly to have continued success.
The Doc, Gord Pyzer, wrote a great article on this subject in the last Outdoor Canada magazine. The online article was just released today so if you didn’t get one of the hot copies of Outdoor Canada’s Big Game Issue here’s your chance to check it out for free. Did you know that you can read OC online for free? Tons of great musky articles and other species articles in general from one of the smartest and nicest fishermen of all time.
Check it out at:
And I am proud to say that all the pictures in the article came in my Crestliner Raptor and include Wally Robins, and Jon Hathaway (https://www.facebook.com/J.H.Baits/) whose baits produce some giant muskies for us.
It’s a shame it’s too cold to fish this week because if you were out last week you probably caught lots of muskies. They were on a tear and whether you were trolling or casting, they were biting.
More good weather, more good muskies, and more good stories to come.
John M. Anderson
We produce BIG fish!!
be good, do good, live well
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