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night bite

pic of a muskie in the spear hole

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[image]muskie3.jpg[/image]

[image]muskie2.jpg[/image]

[image]muskie1.jpg[/image]

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Andrew Erickson

thats awesome

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Stiff

Good times... That would be cool to see! Very Cool that you wee able to get some pics.

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bassNspear

Thats a great time. Its fun to see them big dawgs come into the hole. THat one dont look as big thow, but its still a great time to see it.

Nice Pictures

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Central Bassman

Nice picture.... Did he hit the decoys at all??

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night bite

no he did not hit the decoy. But i had a sucker minnow so i put it on a hook and tried my luck. he came back in and hit it with his nose but never took a bit. we were guessing about 10 pounds.

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Central Bassman

What lake where you on because most lake that have muskie is it you cant spear on???

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night bite

dont worry it is a legal lake. Been checked by dnr last to weekends. confused.gif

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AaronM

Cool pictures. Would have been fun to see live!

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bassNspear

Thats what its all about. Seeing fish

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Cowgirladdict

how many inch decoy?, im trying to figure out a size on that beauty, nice pics by the way

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night bite

dont know for sure cause the decoy is out in the house. but if i was to guess i would say about 8 in

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Central Bassman

OK thats good that you check with the DNR... Alot of people forget to check!!

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Wolfpaak

OK guys, I've never speared on a lake wiyh muskie in it, How do you tell the diff between them and northerns?

Kenny

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Cowgirladdict

go to a muskie lake that is spearable and when you see one you will know, very easy to tell

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bassNspear

When your looking at a pike in the hole, its goign to have the spots that are like a long piece. When you look in at a muskie in the hole, its going to have circle spots. They are also lighter in the water.

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