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8/23/19 @ 4:49 PM
GetaRip
User since 3/17/18

Wondering if anyone has been out fishing for muskies? Going out Saturday, wondering if I should start at Geano or suamico? Thanks 

7/10/19 @ 12:30 PM
Jerry Ruffolo
User since 6/18/01
PM sent

7/10/19 @ 11:58 AM
MuskyManII
MuskyManII
User since 7/29/05

Hey everyone. I'm planning a trip to GB in late summer/early fall and I've never fished this area. I'm wondering if anyone here can recommend a good guide for ski's as I'm not familiar with the bay at all. I have done some searching but I'd appreciate some feedback. Thank you!

11/19/18 @ 5:52 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (86%)
Waxing Gibbous
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
Below 40° F
AIR TEMP
26° - 30° F
Coach Rob
User since 1/6/09

To answer your question, out yesterday saw 3 other boats. 2 docks are still in at the metro, but I would check the camera. I was surprised they were in yesterday.

1 possible rip (board slid back/and to the side, no fish when we got to the rod), no fish in the boat yesterday. Hit U-bay and the river.

Ice will be early this year from what I saw. Highest water temp was 33.8, 32.3 to 32.8 most places. Any serious cold snap now will ice up U-bay and the edges of the river.

Best part was trolling the wake of a 300' coal ship. My partner mentioned they fish the wakes of the big boats on St Claire so I thought I would try it. The power of the prop is insane. They yelled at my partner to sit down just before we hit the wake because it would jerk the boat and throw him overboard. It moved the boat like it was a cork.  Any musky around would have had easy pickings, the shad were pushed all over the place. Gulls were picking them off behind the boat at will.

11/19/18 @ 2:49 PM
AE
User since 9/6/17

Anyone still fishing, bay still boat accessible?  Thanks in advance!

10/20/18 @ 6:13 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (84%)
Waxing Gibbous
CONDITIONS
Raining
WATER TEMP
46° - 50° F
AIR TEMP
51° - 55° F
Jerry Ruffolo
User since 6/18/01
I had a trip with Greg and Mike Friday for muskies.  We trolled for 6 hours without a hit.  I was suprised, as the conditions were conducive to a good bite.  Two of my friends had fish in the mid-forties, and I spotted a couple more boats bringing in fish.  The two fish that were caught both were taken on shallow Depth Raiders.  One was blue chrome and the other was perch. The bite is still decent, and there will be days of increased activity.  Capt Jerry.

10/15/18 @ 6:09 PM
Jerry Ruffolo
User since 6/18/01
In general, I do not troll for muskies at less than 2.5 mph.  In most cases I start at 3 mph and work up.  Over the last 5 years, my records show that more than 50% of my fish have come at 3.3-3.5 mph.  I used to believe that this speed was on the fast side as water cools, but given the nature of the beast, with a simple flick of their tail, a muskie can ovetake a lure at 3-4 mph very easily.  Capt Jerry

10/15/18 @ 4:32 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (40%)
Waxing Crescent
vegas492
vegas492
User since 5/21/03
I'll offer this...it isn't how fast you run, it is where and depth of lure.  Tons of boats out there trolling, figure out how to get fish to notice you as opposed to the other three hundred lures covering the same water.

10/15/18 @ 3:37 PM
True North
True North
User since 6/8/15

Hey folks, I have a cabin up north and fish muskies primarily up in the Hayward area and do some trolling on various lakes.  I do fish the bay a lot for walleyes, browns etc. since I live in Door County so I understand most things about running boards etc. 

My question is this time of year (water temp low 40's) can you tell me a "goto" starting speed on trolling for muskies, fully understanding that some days adjustments need to be made.  Also if you would share any of your favorite fall baits.  I have some success with Jakes and Shallow Raiders, bucktails work decent as well.  Most of my trolling is done in under 10-12 FOW.   I figured I would ask the guys who seriously know the trolling scene for muskies.  BTW we can only run a max of 2 rods in the boat.  Also, some of the lakes I fish are more numbers lakes with biggest fish maybe in the mid 40s, but lots of smaller fish.  Thanks for any advice.  I read about a huge range of speeds that people swear by.  Hard to decipher.

10/15/18 @ 3:19 PM
captpaddle
User since 7/27/10

This was on windshield at Fox Pointe launch.


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