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Re: Warm Water/Smallie Jam??

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PACOFRANSICO wrote:
You are right this is the peek time in VA. Alot like our months of sept & oct. Muskys dont stop eating because of the heat.


Maybe so but that Toothy Critter Success thread got mighty stale over the summer last year .

Posted on: 2013/2/22 16:00
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Re: Warm Water/Smallie Jam??

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Yeah it did and anyone that's musky fished with gear or other wise knows that's the way musky fishing is. There not like trout, bass or carp. Ya take more than your lumps and keep throwing.

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Re: Warm Water/Smallie Jam??
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Hey Paco - you should come to the spring jam in May and bring TD55 and your toothy buddies. The campground is just up the road from Lewistown and the Juniata River. If you're not familiar with the area, it's a good muskie river and I can give you some good spots to wade

(Assuming you'd rather chase muskies than trout).

Posted on: 2013/2/22 21:20


Re: Warm Water/Smallie Jam??

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Trust me, down South, they stop eating due to the heat. They just stage up at creek mouths during the nights and sulk. I'm sure they eat on occasion, but definitely not much in daylight. IT GETS HOT.

Posted on: 2013/2/23 8:48



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