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smeese

Muskies on ice

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So I know the Muskie season is over as of Dec 1st. How does that work? Can one not fish big baits on these lakes after the season, or since Northern Pike are still in season can one still fish there and if a Muskie bites you just have to release it? Sorry, this is kind of dumb, but one of my favorite lakes is a muskie lake and tickets are something I do not need. smile

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My guess is if there are other bigger game fish in that lake you would probably get away with it, but make sure you release the muskys. Don't want to [PoorWordUsage] the game warden off

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With my luck I would pull a record out of the hole the day after the season ended.

No intent on keeping them ever, just wanted some insight on this. Thanks!

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I wonder if I took my StCroix 8 foot muskie rod out and chainsawed a big hole and toss a lure into a figure 8 if I would get their attention smile

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With my luck I would pull a record out of the hole the day after the season ended.
Originally Posted By: smeese
No intent on keeping them ever, just wanted some insight on this. Thanks!
You can still take a picture of it.

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