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Muskiefool

Muskies are making a mark

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Its so important that Muskie anglers wear a Muskie hat or shirt or just go to the local businesses and support them; always ask if the Muskies are moving, those that are against Muskies feel you do not exist due to the fact there are few Muskies Inc members, I hear it constantly.

Show Muskies your support by dropping a few bucks and talking to the people wherever you go about Muskies.

Have a great season....

Muskie opener on Vermilion draws big crowd

Star Tribune

Last update: June 9, 2009 - 9:19 PM

Just how big has muskie fishing become in Minnesota?

Muskie anglers descended on Lake Vermilion for the muskie opener Saturday.

"Quite a few fish were talked about, and a few smaller fish were boated and released,'' DNR conservation officer Brad Schultz reported. "A couple business owners in town stated that this past weekend was busier than Memorial weekend or the walleye opener." Muskie anglers also reported good action on Twin Cities metro lakes.

Meanwhile, the cold front around the state didn't help fishing. Todd Langevin of Center City summed it up in his weekly report: "The area lakes produced little to no fish." But elsewhere, including Lake Mille Lacs and Upper Red Lake, anglers did well.

Doug Smith • dsmith@startribune.com

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I read that story too!

I usually wear my "I Love Fat Chick's" Muskie shirt and Musky Armor cap when I am out, just so people know. grin

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Huh, weird that the musky fishing was good on Upper Red this opener..... laugh

must be talkin about other Esox...crazy

I read somewhere that a small muskie was caught out on Red and then a couple seen on their underwater camera, true or not..I don't know.

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really skies on red???? my guess someone was moving them from another lake to there

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Wierd, people will travel miles to catch big pike too?! crazy

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really skies on red???? my guess someone was moving them from another lake to there

Or it could just be another classic case of bad reporting

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I'm pretty sure he was talking about the cold front and its effect on fishing in general with that last line.

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