Muskie Madness Week…..Part Two.

Last year’s winner, Henry Marowski, and Phil Moy congratulate each other after coming in second place with a pair of 27 inchers.

Tom Lecy was a pike angler up until this trip where he landed 3 muskies using his home made spoons made out of…..spoons! Nothing huge, but Eagle Lake muskies non the less. Catching one is always an accomplishment.

Big Dick Keller making off with a framed Charles Weiss muskie print, as well as the hand carved take home trophy courtesy of Chuck.

……..And here is the winning fish, 35 inches of finned fury!
All in all it was a fun time, with good folks, good food, and plenty of muskie fellowship. While the weather conditions seemed to shut down the big fish we still managed to have 7 muskies entered during the week. As usual, some bigger fish were seen as they thumbed their noses at our offerings. We have set the Muskie Madness Week dates for 2010 and hope to see you there…….September 11th to 18th, 2010.

3 thoughts on “Muskie Madness Week…..Part Two.

  1. Ah! yes the Bayview!
    I wish I could have been at the fine drinking establishment.
    Looks like fun as usual.
    I stop by for a beer everytime I'm inVermilion Bay.

  2. First I have to comment on the wings of your hair Gord!! "VERY NICE"
    Nice job guy's in catch 7 of those Eagle musky.
    Wish I could do a fall trip and see what I can show you Gord, maybe you should pull this contest off earlier when the musky are feeding on those top water baits?

  3. Perchmaster,

    As I look at picture #1 I see that look on Gord's face again. Chuck….very nice trophy and painting!

    One can only assume that the Professor and the missus came up empty? I can't wait to hear all the stories about the flashes from 51 1/2" musky.



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