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Instead of putting everything in the skunked thread I thought I would start a toothy critter success thread. I just caught this on Sunday about 28-30" 7th toothy critter of 2012. 6 pike and 1 chain pickerel. Looking for a musky tomorrow. Have had a few follows from musky but thats it. One really got my blood rolling because it was mid 40's.

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Posted on: 2012/4/2 19:07


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Excellent!

Go back and get that muskie! (we're waiting for the pics)

Posted on: 2012/4/2 21:03


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I went out to the local creek lookin for the pike bite. And well I found it....I got 5 total on the day. One real big pig close 40. It tried to smoke a smaller pkie while I was bring it in!

PIKE 1
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PIKE 2
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PIKE 3 - The fish that almost got smoked by fish #4
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PIKE 4
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PIKE 5
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It was a great day. I got 6 toothys so far this year (six pike). Still waiting for the big musky bite!

Posted on: 2012/4/4 0:05
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You guys suck BTW I guess I should start going out now and trying but I have never had a pike or musky tugging on the end of my line

Posted on: 2012/4/4 9:38
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T.D. & I hear that alot from people....HA!

Posted on: 2012/4/4 10:00
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Fredrick wrote:
You guys suck BTW I guess I should start going out now and trying but I have never had a pike or musky tugging on the end of my line


I'm new to this game as well. Just get out there and keep the faith...you will NOT regret any days spent as casting practice.

I don't think you live too far away either, so let me know if you ever feel like fishing.

Posted on: 2012/4/4 13:23


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Fredrick you are gonna hate me even more. Here are 2 more from today. 2 pretty nice pike nothing huge but fat. Just like Jay said you gotta just get out and spend time on the water. It is not always like this trust me. When you are catching them it's awesome but when you go on a slump it sucks but its still pretty awesome too ha. I went out last night to a spot for musky and only saw one fish. It followed one time and then disappeared for good. it was a legitimate 48". I will be back for him for sure.

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wish I lived near some Pike water ( lehigh county)! Love catching those guys, but must admit I don't have one on the fly. I will be putting in some time for musky this season, just hoping to see one!

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ebroesicke wrote:
wish I lived near some Pike water ( lehigh county)! Love catching those guys, but must admit I don't have one on the fly. I will be putting in some time for musky this season, just hoping to see one!


Same here (Lackawanna county), I have one lake with a good number of pickerel, but no good pike or muskie water

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Hey Sniper did ya ever look at the fish comission warmwater stalking web page. Plenty of water in your neck of the woods with toothies.

Posted on: 2012/4/4 20:06
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Here is a link that shows a lot of the toothy water in PA.

http://fishandboat.com/pafish/musky/00musky_waters_ranked.htm

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No doubt - wherever you live in PA there is some muskie fishing opportunities nearby or within a reasonable drive (for me the closest is about 45 minutes). Musky stockings on the east side have traditionally leaned more toward tigers but who is checking? Toothy is toothy.
Nevertheless, if you've really got muskie fever... the west side of the state (esp the northwest) is prime country.

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A tiger is still a musky but I have to admitt a purebred is so much sweeter. Thats part of the fun is exploreing new water and actually having the work on the web, the vise, and along the creek pay off in a incounter with a musky. Weither it be a hooked fish or just a fallow.

Posted on: 2012/4/4 22:42
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Full moon this weekend boys and girls now is the time to get out on the musky hunt. Musky love the full moon and the few days after. I already got my spot picked out.

Posted on: 2012/4/5 14:15


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You talking about good for night fishing? Or during the day they like it when it is full moon?

Posted on: 2012/4/5 16:31



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