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DNR Tiger Muskie Seminar
In coordination with the DNR and Blue Ribbon Fisheries Advisory Council chapter 65 members will be hosting a very informative seminar on tiger muskies. I've attached flier DNR sent.


Location: Lake Katchabigun

Once you know everything about anything its what you learn afterwards that counts.

Skunked, we never get skunked its the fish getting skunked as they just kept missing our lures.
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Tiger Muskie Seminar this Thursday learn from top notch anglers also a chance to win some top muskie gear.


Location: Lake Katchabigun

Once you know everything about anything its what you learn afterwards that counts.

Skunked, we never get skunked its the fish getting skunked as they just kept missing our lures.
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Thanks for posting this. Looking forward to attending.
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The seminar main DNR in SLC was very informative. Leading off was state Blue Ribbon Fishery Advisory Council (BRFAC) followed by DNR.

Briefing along with audience questions to DNR centered on locations close, age span, how big tiger muskies get and the states partnership with club on fin ray sampling and tagging, briefly discussed was Lee Kay Hatchery tiger muskie hatchery.

Members briefings were on equipment, fighting, netting, holding, season tactics with a Q&A

Time event lasted was approx. 3 hours with angler questions.

Attendance 172

Drawing held at end for quality gear donated by chapter.

The DNR video tapped the entire event and it will be posted in a few days.


Location: Lake Katchabigun

Once you know everything about anything its what you learn afterwards that counts.

Skunked, we never get skunked its the fish getting skunked as they just kept missing our lures.