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Had a segment on the mighty Musky of MN last night. Pretty interesting but why would they do in it in the middle of Winter. If you want the big girls, go in the fall when they're fat and sassy!

I'd love to have one of those little camera subs!! How fun would that be to check out structure.

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Yeah I caught that part last night. Interesting.

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I had that one DVR'd and just ended up watching it. I liked Linders little baitfish decoys! Though the whole time I didn't remember them seeing a Muskie on Mille Lacs. That jaw bone that the one guy found would of been a pretty big fish.

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What about the guy who looked like he was trying to lip the one that bit him lol, I know he was trying to gill it but that biggun smashed his hand.

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I saw the one last night. Did you guys see the episode where the guys fights a laker in a canadian lake for like 8 hrs and when it surfaces they estimate it at 14 FEET long?

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haha that guy must have been high, then they went looking for big lakers and didnt even see anything. I thought they might do a little more research before chasing crazies up in canada

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That show is pretty cool except that they never find what they are looking for. The bigfoot expeditions have been cool. I caught only some of the monster musky show but I'll catch that one on a repeat. Second time they did one on a musky, other time was a report from Wisconsin and added in about a story from Pine River or somewhere

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