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Oct 2, 2018

Open Water Muskie Fishing with Cory Allen

Open water muskie fishing can present challenges, but it does not have to. Let musky expert Cory Allen systematically explain demonstrate to you how to approach muskie fishing in “open water”. What is open water fishing, anyway? To fish there is no open water. Fish are not out in the middle of nowhere. They are usually at some type of geo intersect point. They always orient themselves off some topographical feature. Learn how to recognize and break down those features, why fish suspend, where they suspend, how to target suspended fish and what lures are really useful for this type of fishing. See how Cory utilizes a safety pin spinner bait, a barbarian and a swim bait. Learn ways to effectively cover areas of “open water” with this In The Spread video.


Watch here:

https://inthespread.com/freshwater/open-water-muskie-fishing-tips-and-techniques-cory-allen--000054

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