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  • Big flashy spinners are readily taken by both Muskie and Pike throughout North America and at different times of the year. Cast or troll them near structure, shorelines or weed beds.

  • A bottle of nail polish in your tackle box can come in handy for repairing loose or frayed rod guide windings.

  • When loading a spool with fresh line it's important to fill your reel properly, to prevent line twists. For spinning reels always fill the reel directly from the spool, which should be held with a pencil. For baitcasting reels the spool should be held in the same manner. Always set the tension on the line being spooled by having the person holding the pencil and spool put pressure on the sides of the spool.

  • During late fall Walleye/Pickerel will venture into extremely shallow water at night. They will roam in schools in search of frogs and other amphibians that are forced out of the marshes because of ice-up. It's at this time that Walleye can be caught on surface lures in water 6" to 3' in depth.

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