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    Default Hey Stan (RK) ever see one of these

    a displaced Wisconsin native sent me this..its an albino musky...would love to fish for musky or pike some day

    http://www.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/105333088.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    a displaced Wisconsin native sent me this..its an albino musky...would love to fish for musky or pike some day

    http://www.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/105333088.html
    Bon, you ever get to Wisconsin you let me know.

    I'll take you muskie hunting.
    Pewaukee and Okauchee lakes are minutes from my home.
    Both world class muskie lakes.

    Don't count on an albino fish though, I have never eeven heard of one before.


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    do they have a season on them, or when is the optimum time to fish for them..they look really mean and ferocious,do I have to bring a baseball bat or a reeeeaaalll long handled net
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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    do they have a season on them, or when is the optimum time to fish for them..they look really mean and ferocious,do I have to bring a baseball bat or a reeeeaaalll long handled net
    The guides Iknow always taunt me that the week of Thanksgiving is the best time to fish for them.
    That is also the week of gun whitetail hunting.
    I go, but I haven't shot a deer with the rifle in a few years.
    I do take 1 or 2 with my bow every year though.

    Muskies are a game fish and the season is the same as bass and pike and walleye, I believe.

    I plan on harvesting a buck this weekend.
    (I talk pretty big, don't I??)



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    Bon,
    Now that I think of it, why don't you come up here in January or February, I will take you ICE FISHING!!!

    It will be an experience you won't never forget!!

    The best thing about ice fishing is it offers a perfect setting to work on handling with your dog!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    Bon,
    Now that I think of it, why don't you come up here in January or February, I will take you ICE FISHING!!!

    It will be an experience you won't never forget!!

    The best thing about ice fishing is it offers a perfect setting to work on handling with your dog!!

    stan b
    I dont think I own clothes warm enough to sit on a block of ice ....but I sure like the fact that you are a bowhunter too...Hope you tag one of those big Northern whitetails , not like the scrawny TX ones that are barely bigger than a yellow lab
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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    I dont think I own clothes warm enough to sit on a block of ice ....but I sure like the fact that you are a bowhunter too...Hope you tag one of those big Northern whitetails , not like the scrawny TX ones that are barely bigger than a yellow lab
    You know, it is actually a pretty good time.
    We always grill some venison brats or something.
    Have someJD and play sheeps head or cribbage.
    We have shantys and heaters.

    And it's always exciting to see a flag tip up!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    I dont think I own clothes warm enough to sit on a block of ice ....but I sure like the fact that you are a bowhunter too...Hope you tag one of those big Northern whitetails , not like the scrawny TX ones that are barely bigger than a yellow lab
    Stan is absoluty right ice fishing is a blast in my shanty its alway tee shirt mabey a sweat shirt if i set tip up. We fish the bay of green bay 4 wheelers early trucks when thick enough. Go for northerns around little sturgeon sturgeon bay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starjack View Post
    Stan is absoluty right ice fishing is a blast in my shanty its alway tee shirt mabey a sweat shirt if i set tip up. We fish the bay of green bay 4 wheelers early trucks when thick enough. Go for northerns around little sturgeon sturgeon bay.
    Invitation accepted starjack!!


    Ever fish on Bay de Noc??

    70 MPH winds in 60' of water??

    But....when that flag goes up everything is awesome!!


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    i never did. But you must of had alot wind flags in that wind. I go up north afew times ayear for bluegill- northerns when perch jerken gets slow on bay. Caldren falls around Crivitz. Hey good luck this weekend. Im going on my first layout boat hunt on the bay. guess golden eyes are down and buffleheads. SEE YA.

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