Musky are starting to move near the shorelines at Eagle Lake Island Lodge, ON.

Posted on September 22nd, 2009

Well, the cold-front arrived this morning and we woke up to overcast skies, wind and very threatening rain clouds.  We figured that with the low-light, the Musky and larger Pike would move closer to the shoreline structure and weeds and we were right. 

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Within 20-minutes of fishing our first “weed-saddle”, I hooked into a nice 3-foot Northern Pike that nailed a fluorescent orange Bucktail Spinner with a matching orange/yellow bucktail. 

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A few minutes later, I hooked a small musky.  We  had another 45-48″ Musky follow our bucktail to the boat and make 3-circles under out “figure-8” pattern, but it did not commit to hitting.

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