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lucy1205

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anybody poundin skies on french

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muskie season is over as of 12/15

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Is any body poundin skies on french

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What's really your question? You can't fish for muskies now.

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Whats really my question? Is anyone poundin skies on Stench lake? I know its illegal but I seen em there. I heard heavy talk about how there doin it this year and I even know who some of them are. There inbred muskie junkies who don't stop untill there all gone.

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Let's be serious. This forum, or any other forum on FM, will not tolerate such a discussion. If you know of people taking part in illegal activities, turn them in because it will not be promoted, discussed or anything else here. Thank you.

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I dont know them, I meant I know there muskie fishin. Sad I know. Sorry i guess i cant bring up the reel issues on this site

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I'M NOT PROMOTING IT BY NO MEANS BUT, LET EM HAVE EVERY LAST MUSKIE IN THERE ALL THE MUSKIES EVER DID WAS DRAW UN NEEDED PRESSURE TO WHAT WAS AN AWESOME LAKE I SPENT FIFTEEN YEARS OF MY CHILD HOOD ON THE SHORES OF THAT LAKE AND NOW FIND IT UN WORTHY OF MY TIME......

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Yeah it is pretty sad. I guess ill just forget about it too for the winter. Maybe the summer too.

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Geez, you guys just gotta put your time in grin.gif

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Illegal activities are a real issue but the "in's" and "out's" of such a discussion will not be carried on here. Save that stuff for either your local CO officer, the fish house or the breakfast table. Thanks.

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24 hour TIP LINE you see them doing anything Illegal call the tip line 1-800-652-9093....

You will see more Muskie fisherman because out of all fish speices it is the fastest growing......

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Thanks for posting the TIP line.

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I would rather have people catch muskies on french in the winter time then in the summer when its 90 outside and the pea soup water is boiling. I have a cabin on french and i cant believe how many dead muskies i see when I am cleaning up my shorline. I think they should close the season out there during july and august and just keep it open in the winter. But thats just what I think

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