Muskies: With the water dropping below 40 degrees, large suckers or sausages, as I like to call them, and very slow moving crankbaits should be what is in your arsenal from now until ice up or the 30th of the month which is the end of Muskie season here in the Wisconsin northern zone and Wisconsin – Michigan border lakes. (Just be reminded that the state regs for WI are a 40” minimum.)
Walleyes: You can catch Walleyes a couple of ways at this time. Jigging outside deep weed edges is a good place to start then work deeper until you hook up on some deep water eyes. You can also cast stick baits while wading the shore line in the evening.
Happy fishing! Selective harvest is the way to go.
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