Munuscong Bay

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Munuscong Bay

Postby goosecaller » Tue Aug 11, 2009 6:55 am

I would like to know some info on Munuscong Bay. I do not need any hot spots or anything like that. I would like to know what equipment I need to hunt up there. Is it marsh land around the edges to walk in, or boat only. I have an 18 foot Triton so I can set up for divers in the big waters, but I really like to hunt mallards on the shore as well. Mud Motor needed in all areas? Is it crowded at all times or can you get away? I was looking at going late Oct, not opening weekend. Any information would be great. Thanks a lot
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Re: Munuscong Bay

Postby LayedOut » Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:59 pm

WE have hunted there a few times. Lots of marsh! I am sure you could do a walk in, but honestly i'm not positive. We have hunted from boats with mud motors. Watch out for the fan boats! I had a bad experience with a few guys feeling like they don't have to use the canals, and just cut through the 10' grass, only thing that stopped them was a few gunshots before they ran us over.

WE will be up there lat october too, we will be bouncing between there and Lake Superior.
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Re: Munuscong Bay

Postby Michigan Sniper » Sat Aug 22, 2009 7:16 pm

Some guys I know at Lake Superior State University have done walk in hunts with limited success.
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