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Written by Bob Chochola   
Friday, 26 September 2008
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Lessons Learned… We have embraced a number of fishing facts. And I consider some of these to be “myth busters” that shatter conventional muskie wisdom. First and foremost is the fact that we still cast into the fall – a lot – when everyone else has switched to troll only mode. We find weeds even in Canada late in the year. Maybe not thick weeds and maybe not rich and green weeds, but weeds still do exist in some places and casting is still a favored tactic, particularly in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and points further south where you can find weeds late in the season. The weedy point in this story has but one thin line of weeds and is away from the main bed. Even in July this spot has only a few weeds on it. But it is a long under water extension of a rock point with deep water on one side and VERY deep water on the other. We have caught and seen some monsters here.


 
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