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Friday, I took old friend Steve, and new to night fishing Tim, out on a cold night trip to Muskegon. It was a typical slow post front bite. We fished 7 separate areas (the secret spots:D) of the lake, and managed to pick up a few. Steve's first fish was a 12 pound 10 oz beauty that he's putting on the wall. The other 4 ranged in size from 5.5 - 8 pounds. We started at 7 and fished till 3am. Sadly this looks like it may be the end of open water fishing, as the water temp was 33.5 deg., and skimming over in the calm areas.

The fishing this year on Muskegon has been slow at best, with the only good night coming when the wind was blowing 20 mph.

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Nice fish Ken.......figures on the lake freezing up. I'll be down for x mas:mad:

It may hold on? They have changed the long range to just normal temps v below normal. When will you be down?

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It may hold on? They have changed the long range to just normal temps v below normal. When will you be down?

Looks like we are coming down on the night of the 23rd and leaving the morning of the 27th. If it holds on it would seem that the only opportunity would be the 26th?

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Great job!

I am glad to hear someone was still out there fishing, I was hanging on up to this past weekend and decided to winterize the old boat.

I need to ride along sometime and learn how to catch those wallys. They are one of my favorite fish to eat!

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Nice feeesh Ken. My boat is still waiting for a break in the weather,now that I am back from Florida.

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Hey JR, I might have one more trip in me this year. Jenn, said something about New Year's, coming/going home, I can't remember witch way to go. But I am getting pretty excited for this spring, for the Brown's

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