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Muskiemanzan13

Mille Lacs muskie first timer- in need of help

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Hey guys!

Alright so we're going to take (or two) a trip up to Mille Lacs for muskie. Now I'm not asking for secret spots but I can keep a secret if someone were to PM me. I'm looking to get a bigger fish vs. a number of fish.

I would prefer casting over trolling but if trolling is the way to go, then I'll give it a shot.

Also if I were to cast what lures should I use? I have some bigger crankbaits and some BullDawgs but Thorne Bros. is quite close to my house.

Thank you for any tips/info!

-Zander

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Fish the rocks/reefs/sandbars in the SE Corner. Throw Mag/Pounder Dawgs and Medusas until your arms fall off and then throw some more. If the water is cloudy use bright colors, if it's clear then use natural.

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Mille Lacs is TOUGH. Rocks near sharper breaks and big rubber like stated. There aren't really and spots where you'll catch 'numbers' on Mille Lacs at least anymore..

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