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Studies show woody debris is good for lakes
By Kurt Krueger

THE JIG and leech landed right next to the partly submerged shoreline tree, falling toward the bottom in what I guessed would be a maze of sticks and branches.
Slowly lifting the tip to pull the bait through the snag, the move was met with a single tap — a bite — that was so aggressive you could have felt it on a broomstick-sized muskie rod.
I responded with a hook-set and the fight was on. Though the fish got hooked up on a branch for a moment, out of the tree came a fat 18-inch walleye. The fiesty summer fish was all over the

Tuesday, August 16, 2011 2:19 PM
 

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