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another one goes bye bye

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I heard of a 50 incher cought in the Alexandria area that was taken home and eaten. I heard it from the guys neighbor. What would you even do with something that big. its sad really.

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We were at the State Fair talking to a woman with her granddaughter and husband; she was asking if we eat Muskies so we showed her the warning in the back of the regs, she looked at it for about a minute studying all the info, asked a few questions about how big 30 inches is and started reaming her husband a new one for feeding the family fish that were too big HAHA, I never even saw that one coming.

As far as meat goes I would rather eat Coot.

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believe it or not some people eat muskies regularlly.Thats why the dnr allows it, ya know 1 a day. I think its kinda sad but i dont care that much cause ive got friends that hate me for keeping walleyes. back in the day most fishermen ate muskies. The thing is if u knew the amount of muskies being harvested weather for the wall or for the table youd prolly puke. Its just a fact of life, oh well.

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As far as meat goes I would rather eat Coot.

coot is actually good eating.

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yeah i guess the only way to get it stopped is for everyone to just start keeping 1 a day. then the DNR would be forced to bring it to 1 a year. i'm for it.(one a year not 1 a day, lol)

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