After 9 pictures of muskies came across his screen, it was too much for him to handle so he met up with Randy on Sunday morning. However, both Randy and Nick that with musky, hot action one day doesn't always mean hot action the next.
As they left the dock, they both kept that in mind as they tried to fight off the over excitement of catching a ton of fish. Randy and Nick have fished together quite a bit and their personal record was 5 musky landed in a single day.
When they got to the spot that Randy was in the day before, the sonar lit up with bait and plenty of big arches. Everything seemed to be lining up perfectly. As they cast and cast and cast, something was different. They knew they had to adjust something so they looked at what was happening. The sun was a bit brighter than it was on Saturday and it seemed like none of the arches were rising as high in the water column. Even the bait was staying a bit lower.
Since the fish didn't want to come up to where the lures were going, Nick grabbed one of his crankbaits and added some weight to it so that it would suspend a few feet deeper. If they won't come to us, we'll go to them!
It didn't take long until Nick was hooked up!
After that, Nick and Randy stuck to that presentation and the action continued.
While it wasn't quite the 9 fish that were landed yesterday, they did indeed manage to beat their old record and put 6 in the boat. In addition, they missed one whack, lost another fish on a sucker, and had 3 followers.
Nick caught the first fish but Randy landed the beast of the day!
Stay tuned for that post and if you want to get your trip booked for this year before the lakes freeze over, there are a few open dates still!!
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