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midex717

A young man and his first Musky

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Here's a photo of my son with his first Musky caught last week on Lake of the Woods. All of 26" it whacked a chartreuse spinnerbait as we were fishing a point that had newer reed growth surrounded by cabbage.

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Great job and congrats to your son. Not the biggest, but that really doesn't matter, as the look on his face says enough!! Looks like we have another one infected with the bug!!!!

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well....26" is more muskie than I can say I've caught!!

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Congrats on his first fish. I'm even more impressed with the old school North Star hat.

Norm Green Sucks!!!!

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Fun stuff, congrats!

PS: I like the old school North Stars hat too!

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The Ice is broken, Next time we are on Indy you will have to lead the way.

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midex717 im fishing from your boat next time there seems to be no hex on yours,tell your son congrats and hopefully we can get out soon so your son can school me and shredguy

congrats again

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