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This is a great HSOforum. I've been looking for something like this for a couple of years (Mostly lurking on Steve Jonesi's/Thorne Brother's sites). I took over my brother's account (Joined in 2007) since he had the name I wanted...

I started out a little backwards fishing for muskies, first with my flyrod (I am/was a trout nut, but now have the "musky fever") and now I bought a couple of bait casters to throw larger lures in search of the elusive 50 incher. I mostly fish metro lakes, but have been heading north a little more often. Just wanted to introduce myself.

If anyone ever wants any flyfishing for musky info., shoot me an email (thehawgtrough@hotmail.com).

Jason

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Welcome aboard!

Lots of good sticks on here with a lot of great information and different tactics and approaches. Makes for some great info sharing!

Flys for muskies, that would be a treat!

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Welcome to the boards........listen to what Cjac says, he is super smart and for the right price will mark up all your maps with his greatest spots!!

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Thanks for the kind words Bret......

Reality is most I know has come directly from here. That pretty much says it all right there! Like I said, tons of skilled and experienced muskie anglers visit this forum, it's a great place to learn.

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