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thanks Rob! the biggest trick kayak fishing for them (besides landing them of course!) is that you can't see them follow in, at least most of the time. for the figure 8 use an inverted grip when in the yak, and a d shape as often as the figure8 - not perfect but doable from a kayak.
 

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Yes whatever works best for you. The kayak definitely creates some challenges. But most things you can work out. You must know your limits by now. LOL
 

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there are limits? lol!! i'll be after trophy pike for most of a week this year, should be good practice for big muskies. I have some huge cranks for muskies that keep calling my name every time I walk by them, seem to be lonely without the muskies near by...lol!
 

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Ipop,

I know a few spots on the head pond with shallow water, rocks, leading into deep drop offs. Great casting and trolling spots.

I had some good luck there this past season.

Rob.
 
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