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Looks like one heck of a day on the water. I wish the dnr would to some musky waters in southern Ohio. Rocky fork used to be stocked, but they stopped that, than cowab, they stopped that. It's closer for me to drive to cave run in ky then drive to piedmont, leesville. My closest bet would probably be alum creek.
 

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Awesome, that really is a nice fishery up that way. Congratulations!

WJ, what about Salt Fork? Are you close to that by any chance?
 

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Very Nice!:thumbs_up:
 

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Where and how catch them? I fish westbranch alot but new to musky fishing. ANY help be great. Lure, trolling, spots, etc

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Yeah all trolling near the shore but the guide said this week and next will transition into casting only. Ox find the flats beach is a good one jerk and crankbaits will work, a guy makes some new lures in Chardon Ohio look up boss shad, really nice lure trust me well worth the money. Good luck at westbranch hopefully their isn't to many pleasure boaters out.


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I see muskies at ceasers creek under the lights bowfishing all the time.

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Looks like one heck of a day on the water. I wish the dnr would to some musky waters in southern Ohio. Rocky fork used to be stocked, but they stopped that, than cowab, they stopped that. It's closer for me to drive to cave run in ky then drive to piedmont, leesville. My closest bet would probably be alum creek.[/QU Ceaser's Creek is coming on strong. Not that far from Cowan.
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