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Muskiefool

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The article is very misleading... for instance, "They have been found as far down the river as Millville, which is 25 miles from the dam" Millville is NE of Oronoco and the Zumbro River doesnt even go near Millville, but going through Rochester... which is about 13 miles away...

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where is the public outcry on this one, they are introducing walleyes into a lake that doesn't have them in there. Its kinda like putting muskies in gull....hahahaha....j/k

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They may be alright breeding on their own in the river. WI strain muskies do quite well without stocking in many rivers.

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Nice story on channel 5 (On the Road w/Jason Davis) last night on stocking muskies, showed them going into Big McKenzie in Wisconsin. Beautiful little fish - 1 in 100 make it they figure, but that's better than the natural rate. Ouch.

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Anyone had any luck on them in the river? We wade fish it for smallies with the flyrod, but have yet to see or tie into a musky.

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