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MuskyBug85

some fish picts from this summer

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some guiding and fish picts from the past year. Hope you like them.

client and a 30" walleye

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client and a 25" walleye

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Night Trolling client and 26" walleye her first walleye ever

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Clients and a couple of night trolling eyes 27" and 25"

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Jeremy Anderson of Jones' Guide Service and a leech lake 36"

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My Roommate and his first Muskie a Mille Lacs 38"

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Me and a Mantrap Smallie 19"

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Me and a Mantrap Ski 36"

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Me and a Mantrap Ski 40" sorry about the bad pict i was solo and had to wing the photo thing.

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Me and a Mantrap Smallie 20"

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Dick Winter of Dick's Fairly Reliable Guide Service and a 30" walleye

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Smoked Perch and a 40" on Trap

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Me and a 48" on the trap

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Morning sunrise this is what i live for.

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hope it was fun to look at i sure had a blast getting the Picts this summer. Jonah

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Nice pics, Musky. Did you feed your left tennis shoe to that 48 incher? It was nice talking to you last Saturday at the shop. Sorry your goose hunt got busted up a bit. Good luck with the books and maybe I will run into you again in Oct.

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Great pics Jonah; nice work!

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hook you have no idea how intense it gets in the boat sometimes. for good luck some times i have found removing your left shoe can turn on a bite. hahahaha i wish. thanks for enjoying them. back at school now and there are lots ove birds down here its just really hard to get on fields. but hey thats hunting right. Jonah

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Hey Muskybug,

Nice fish and some big smallies and some nice walleyes.

Also some nice muskies including a 48 inch muskie I might

have to try some night muskie fishing on the trap next summer. Good luck at school this year and get out and do

some hunting and fishing this fall.

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Wow Musky Bug those pics are sweet! I'm new to this site any helpful hints?

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Hey babe, way to be sneaky and join the site. i would like to introduce you all to Jenna, my G/F of about 4 years. as you may have seen earlier in the summer she does out fish me from time to time. its great to have you here Jen. hahaha

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Jonah Winter

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*laughing hard* Ya caught me babe!

P.S. I love that pic!

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