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01-30-2012 12:32 PM
NP4ME mdsn,

I couldn't agree with you more!!!
01-30-2012 06:44 AM
musk-eyes Muskies are a fish to respect (like all fish),....until you have really tried to catch them, sometimes it is hard to understand why we throw them all back. Walleyes, crappies, perch.... that's where the good eating is anyway. Besides you don't want to eat a fish with MCWD! Good fishin everyone!
01-29-2012 06:04 PM
3M TA3 Right here in Burt Lake speared a 57 and 54 inch last year by same guy within a week in same hole. Only a 43 speared this year so far. Guy says they taste like chicken/walleye combo.
01-29-2012 04:55 PM
mdsn
C&R

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Originally Posted by Ned View Post
Less people would solve the majority of the worlds problems.....
Then we should stop the C&R of criminals and illegals!
01-27-2012 09:35 PM
JETSTER I wonder how many people that preach not to keep fish on fishing sites actually keep all theirs.......Alot easier to catch a stringer full if you get everyone else to release-em!!!!

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Originally Posted by ToddM View Post
I only like the cheek meat in the musky, so when I catch them I cut that portion off and return it to the lake. The musky in my lake are not so cheeky now and are more predictable.
And are going to have a harder time squeezing off there
01-27-2012 06:58 PM
Muskiefool When Walleyes are at the same density as Muskies I'll let all of them go as well...till then; heat the oil and get the cracker crumbs shakin.
01-11-2012 11:14 AM
Ned
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Originally Posted by AllenW View Post
I don't keep them but enjoy fishing for them at times, but if you legally do so, it's up to you whether you keep one or not.

Personally I don't care, musky inc and other special interest groups have dumped them fish in lakes whether the locals want them or not, just so they can have more places to fish them.

C&R is just a stop gap that's doomed from the start, what we need is less people.
Pollution, starvation, depleting the natural resources, destroying natural habitant to put up buildings, yup, less people is the cure.

That ought to ruffle a feather or two..

Al

Less people would solve the majority of the worlds problems.....
01-11-2012 10:55 AM
wax
Muskie

When Muskie fisherman stop keeping the 20in + walleyes they catch muskie fishing I will stop keeping legal Muskies.
01-10-2012 09:32 AM
AllenW
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Originally Posted by ohiojmj View Post
The original post is over 10 years old so Kid C may never read this.

Why do some bass and musky fisherman think that their species are sacred and only meant for C&R? What if walleye or pike are at the top of the food chain in a lake? What is the difference between eating a 24" eater sized pike or musky? I'm trying to learn the reasoning of sportmen, not start a typical WC trash talk.
I'd imagine it's so they can catch more and bigger what ever they're going after?

In a wayward sense it does bring up the question of, when does a musky reach it's prime reproduction age and at what point does it taper off measurably?

If it tapers off to a small percentage when they reach the legal limit to keep them, might it be better to keep them over the limit and allow for more room/food/whatever for the younger more reproducing fish?
More fish, smaller, better?

I don't know, just wondering.

Al
01-10-2012 09:02 AM
ohiojmj
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Originally Posted by kid coulson View Post
Anyone eatin any?Is it better,same or worse than pike?Just curious.
The original post is over 10 years old so Kid C may never read this.

Why do some bass and musky fisherman think that their species are sacred and only meant for C&R? What if walleye or pike are at the top of the food chain in a lake? What is the difference between eating a 24" eater sized pike or musky? I'm trying to learn the reasoning of sportmen, not start a typical WC trash talk.
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