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Stay Comfortable When Fishing In The Cold
As many of us musky fishing women know, fall fishing can be one of the most rewarding times because it’s when the “big girls” bite. The rewards of heavy hawgs of fall come with a price — cold, wet and windy weather.
Bri Herman

I have fished in the late fall the past several seasons on Lake St. Clair. This lake, and the bitter cold associated with it, takes its toll on you. But if you prepare yourself correctly, your time out on the water can be much more enjoyable and you can focus on the muskies instead of being cold and miserable.

Here are some tips I’ve learned over the last 10 years that help me stick it out and have productive days on the water in not-so-ideal weather:

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October/November 2019