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Muskie Lures?

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Im just getting started in muskie fishing and was just wondering what lures people would recommend me to get besides a double cowgirl ive heard that one enough lol? I bought a poes giant jackpot in firetiger color but thats the only lure i have so far

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No Muskie box is complete without a Suick of some kind. I like the 10" blackhead perch color.

Big spinnerbaits like the M&G and/or Rad Dogs are another "must have."

Swim Whizzes are a must have as well. 6, 8, 10" all work. Be sure one of them is the jailbird or bumblebee color.

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1.) M&G and or Rad Dawg spinner Baits are both very Good choices

(Replace blades with larger blades)if you wish.

Larger blades might give you a added advantage.

2.)"[PoorWordUsage] Hound" by ERC (User friendly glide bait)

3.)REEF HAWG 6 inch....don't leave home without one !

4.) "Phantom" and or Softail - 6 or 8 inch Both are good!

5.) pacemaker (medium speed topwater)

6.) Musky Candy (small bucktail that you BURN ! )

Those are my TOP 6 picks (for now anyway)

There are Hundreds of Musky lures on the Market

and every sales Man out there is going to concvince you to buy his lures....by telling you some BIG FISH STORY!

Use caution when buying musky Lures.

Brian Kaiser

www.kaisertail.com

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