Muskies & muskie rumours……..

Bob Meyer had some good luck the week the Professor’s were up chasing walleye. Above, a chubby 42 incher.

Something slightly smaller……..

An interesting pose……….

Finally the rumoured fish that Gord apparently caught. Yes, it is a muskie, but how big? You’ll just have to wait for the Beaver newsletter to find out!

11 thoughts on “Muskies & muskie rumours……..

  1. Buck and I will bring Gin on Saturday. Maybe we can get you a little "loose" and you will tell us how big your fish was. Way to go Bob. A couple of nice ones. Glad they're moving.


  2. Awe come on Gord don't keep us hanging?
    Looks like a 52"er on my guess?
    Nice musky either way hope to see some more pics of it so we get a better look?

  3. 43"er that was it it?
    Come on Gord musky in Eagle lake werew born that size.
    You should be able to crack 50 with your eyes closed, you should have been casting those topwater baits the Eagle Lake musky's love em….

  4. I believe the 43 incher refers to the pic of Bob's fish which I mistakenly said was 42. My fish was bigger than that! How big? Let's just say we didn't even try and net it……..

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