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Brian Jones

big musky pics

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53x23.5 inch

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43.5 inch

These are Rob's first musky that have made it in the boat...not bad to start with a solid 53 incher! Congrats Rob!! grin.gif

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nice fish

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Holy smokes. That 53... "has what we call, a bit of a weight problem." Any time the head of a 53 inch fish looks small, you know the fish is girthy. That guy certainly set the bar high with a first fish that big.

7 more days for me... and I'll be up there floggin' away for a big girl like that! WOO WHOO! smile.gif

Mark

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Here is Eric from Il. with his first, a beautiful 49.5 inch.

Mark,

You staying at BOTL? Maybe see you if you are.

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Dang. Another awesome fish Brian. Gotta love the spots.

Yep. Getting up to BOTL early Wed. a.m.. Unpack, put in, fish until we can't fish anymore. Cabin #10. Closest to the bar. (how convenient!). Hope to run into you.

Keep on posting the reports. Those fish are beauties.

Mark

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Nice fish, Rob. Congrats! Looks like you've gotten onto some nice fish, Brian.

Brad

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