If so what have you found in terms of general patterns?
I have basicaly been only using two rods. One rigged with a blade bait , normally a safety pin style as I am fishng around lots of weeds as of late and a large swimbait or plastic jig on the other. The swimbait would be maybe a 6-8 incher that looked like a sucker and the jig a 6-8 inch plastic... normally a curl tail.
A bit unorthadox from the past for me... but it has been fairly effective so far and is a great 1/2 punch.
I just got back form Canada, we fished on memorial day weekend. I used all spinners. They werent the huge ones but the Fin-Line from sachsfishing.com. We downsized the spinners are 4-1/2" long approximately. We didnt get any Monsters but we got 2 that were 38".
A bump to see if anyone has added anything in the muskie patterns the last few weeks. Mine has remained the same with the exception of adding a topwater very early or late in the day. Mouldy's Hawg Wobbler and Poe's Giant Jackpot are producing the most action for me. They both require patience to fish well.
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