Pike Action at Eagle Lake Island Lodge.

Posted on September 21st, 2009

[singlepic id=498 w=320 h=240 float=]We covered a lot of shoreline today casting large in-line Musky bucktails and large body baits for Musky, but the conditions have been keeping the musky off the shorelines. 

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Barb caught most of the pike using a large orange-bladed bucktail spinner.  We’re stubborn and don’t want to troll for them so we are getting lot’s of practice casting those big baits.  They are calling for a cold-front to move in the middle of this week and I have a feeling that the shoreline musky fishing will improve.  Mid-day tomorrow we are also planning on trolling for walleye using Lake Erie “lead-core” line techniques and www.luckystrikebaitworks.com , fluttering-spoons about 30-50′ down in 90′ of water.  We’ll let you know how we make out.

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