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Aug 9, 2018

Trolling for Muskie

Seth Horne and Cory Allen had a very successful day and a half filming for In the Spread and covered at least 7-8 different topics from approaching open water to advanced trolling concepts and a variety of lure presentations from utilizing select spinnerbaits for suspended fish casting (where we lost a low 50” on film at the boat) to highlighting unique traits of some gliders made by Tim Woodyard and twitch baits maximized by his customization. On top of landing a few nice fish up to 48”, caught trolling a Blue Water twitch bait on film and the fish in the featured picture here, you get to see me hook the giant using Joe Murphy’s specially designed safety pin spinners made to target less active suspended muskies on the third cast using it as such and Seth had another we missed the hookset on fishing down 14-18 ft over 22-35 ft. I hope you guys will enjoy these videos and they help you gain some confidence in a few areas as well as further enhance your ability to problem solve on the water no matter the situation you face.

“Never give up. Trust your instincts.”-James McCloud

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