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Cisco spawn expected to help muskie action

The colder temperatures Monday and Tuesday, with highs in the 20s, should help muskie anglers as they hunt for trophy fish and the water temperatures drop into the low 40s.

Anglers are reminded the muskie fishing season closes Nov. 30, while the walleye fishing season will continue through the ice, maybe later this month and surely into December and beyond.

The conditions are changing on a daily basis as water temperatures are dropping fast now and we are starting to see the smaller lakes ice up for the winter. The ice on small lakes is not yet safe for fishing, but it sure has gotten anglers thinking about that great pastime called ice fishing.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 5:36 PM
 

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