Indiana Topwater Bite On Fire!
Jun 22nd, 2009 by OutdoorsFIRST
Modified Jun 22nd, 2009 at 12:00 AM
Guide Vince Weirick reports:
Topwater time in Indiana is usually busting lose by mid May. This year the fishing was tough early because of the cold water temps and horrible weather we experienced.
The weather started getting better about 3 weeks ago and topwater has been on fire since the warm-up began. Ty Sennett’s Pacemaker has been topnotch this year as opposed to last years walk the dog style lures.
Clients have been very happy with the topwater strikes, and action for everyone has been good. Curtis Siple landed his first two muskies ever…a 40″ and 46″.
Adam Brockman, a football player for Purdue University, caught his first muskie at 42″. He also missed a mid 40″ fish the same day and saw multiple fish follow in the 40+” range.
Tim and Natalie Ogle landed a pig of an Indiana muskie. It measured 49″ x 24″ which estimated out at 35 pounds. They will be getting a replica mount of the fish.
Vince Weirick is a fully insured, Indiana DNR licensed Guide and is marine inspected by the State of Indiana. Visit Vince’s Website at http://www.vinceweirick.com/. Weirick has been specializing in finding big muskies for the past thirteen years and his experience can benefit you in catching these amazing fish!