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merkman

So much for look and release....

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Depressing news, my lake winter killed this year, lottsa big pike in there, I sure wish the DNR would let us save them and move them to other lakes that need them.

Makes a guy sick to see 10+ lb northerns floating in these winterkill lakes.

Sorry, I just needed to vent.

-Merk

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Should of told them there were 50 ich muskies in the lake and they would of jumped at the chance to do something.

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look and release whats that? j/k

sorry to hear that merk seems like this year has been rough for the winter kill so far

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What lake was it, if you don't mind my asking.

I would rather not say here.

There were at least two in Isanti county and neither were on the liberalized list.

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Merkman,

Contact Joe Stewig at the Montrose DNR office. he is the assistant supervisor for the area. if they don't cover the lake where this happened they can direct you to which office covers it. Joe goes by Wareagle on HSO/FM. his email address is [email protected] dot mn dot us he may be your best bet.

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I would rather not say here.

There were at least two in Isanti county and neither were on the liberalized list.

Can you send me a PM or email at [email protected] dot com with the lake names? I can see if I can find some info for you. I have talked with Joe and Paul (Montrose area supervisor) several times through email.

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E mails sent

The.montrose office was very helpful.

I have to get some ducks in a row here and I think we may be on our way to helping out at least one lake.

Thanks All

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