1. day 2 - solo selfie, 39 inches, 17.2 lbs pardon my gut 😊

    17 lb. 2 oz. 39.0 in. Muskellunge with a rapala cracklin minnow

    1. Neil Chikik 0
      Jerry, not taken as an insult at all. im still learning a lot, any tips are appreciated. thank you!
    2. Jerry Moffo 0
      Definitely didn't mean it as an insult, just sharing what I've learned over the decades. I fish solo a lot and they are definitely a handful
    3. Neil Chikik 0
      I don't disagree at all on holding the fish by the body. it was a very quick catch and release. plus you can only do so much when you go out by yourself, ...more and want a picture w your favorite species of fish. appreciate the tips guys, keep them coming please! this is only my second year fishing for them.
    4. Daniel Fetchak 0
      Nice catch bud Jerry is correct holding them vertical can kill them they swim off but eventually die it's called delayed mortality holding big fish like Musky's ...more vertical screws up their guts.
    5. Jeff Ultican 0
      It’s fine
    6. Jerry Moffo 0
      Nice fish. Always support their body when holding though
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  2. decided to take the boat out by myself today.... glad I did! 41 inch, 20.6 lb musky

    20 lb. 6 oz. 41.0 in. Muskellunge with a Rapala Rippin' Rap

  3. 7 lb. 2 oz. 26.0 in. Channel Catfish with a Gary Yamamoto Original Senko Worms

  4. 8 lb. 7 oz. 29.0 in. Hybrid Striped Bass with a live minnows

  5. 16 lb. 1 oz. 33.0 in. Muskellunge with a Panther Martin Classic Pattern Spinners

    1. Neil Chikik 0
      about 5 to 6 feet of water, 150 feet off shore.
    2. Don Keough 0
      How deep
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