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Re: Dead susky musky

2011/2/15 17:20
From Philly
Posts: 35

They arnt evil they don't "wipe out" a lake or river.

But it is ironic when these folks have a limit of (insert panfish of choice here) on a stringer/in a bucket.

Posted on: 2013/9/15 19:16

Re: Dead susky musky

2010/1/7 0:41
Posts: 36
Jay you are right about Panfisherman. Kinda the pot calling the kettle black. Most musky guys I know are catch and release. Which most are fly guys by the way. But your bass walleye and pan fisherman are, well all bets are off. Accord to the them musky are dastardly, vicious fish stealers. Which taking a reeled in fish off someone's line is a easy meal. That's how they survive. Plan and simple.

Posted on: 2013/9/16 5:59
“If, when you pull a fly out you
don’t hear drums and can’t smell
chicken blood in the air, put it back
in the box, for if it is evil you seek,
then it can only be conjured with the

Re: Dead susky musky

2013/12/8 21:26
From Granville
Posts: 689
I hate to see people toss Musky, Pike, or Pickerel up on the banks and I have witnessed it by "old-timers" at various lakes and ALWAYS call them out on it. Especially at certain lakes where the PFBC has an extensive musky fingerling stocking program. I've seen these fellas tossing 20" muskies just to depressing.

About the panfish harvesting though, that can often be a good thing. Ever go panfishing and are disappointed by every fish being tiny? That is because there are too many panfish in that lake and the lake isn't properly balanced to control their populations. Panfish are one of the greatest resources we have in fishing. They are delicious, reproduce in abundance, in nearly every body of water, and bluegill are very scrappy for their size. I love catching them and often times they need to be harvested.

Posted on: 2014/3/20 10:17

Re: Dead susky musky

2008/12/29 12:54
From Frederick, MD & New Philly, OH
Posts: 20
The guy cut the hell out of his arm. Looks like the fish was taken ABOVE the bridge. Far from warm water since 3 mile doesn't make warm water... Just saying lol

Posted on: 2014/3/24 2:52
When I grow up I want to be, one of the harvesters of the sea. I think before my days are done, I want to be a fisherman.
"I'll live and die a fisherman."

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