muskie fishing
Jun 5, 2017

Muskie Fishing | Channel Flats | Cory Allen

This video is part of the Southern Reservoir Muskie Fishing Series from In The Spread with Cory Allen. Cory is a hard-core musky angler, writer, speaker and angling personality from Tennessee. His scientific approach and deep desire to teach affords an incredible opportunity to accelerate your musky fishing learning curve. Watch as Cory shares how to Work Channel Adjacent Flats and Feeder Streams.

Reservoirs can be an extreme challenge to understand and fish. With this video, you will learn about the flats adjacent to main channels and the feeder streams that flow into thcoose channels. These can be super productive fishing grounds for big fish. Knowing how to work them and why can provide huge results. Learn about breaking down conditions, understanding open water, analyzing topography, lure retrieval techniques and more. This is an advanced muskie angling presentation.

The Southern Reservoir Muskie Fishing Series is a collection of working seminar style videos.

https://inthespread.com/freshwater/tennessee-musky-fishing-flats-and-feeder-streams-cory-allen--000079

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