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Feel free to post your opening day fish. Katia "The Musky Whisperer" got a couple and lost a couple but cooler than that- Baker baits took a father and son double 30 mins into the opener with one being a 50.5" and another 51" pb for a friend to end the day.

I can't remember another inland opener with 2 fish over 50.5".

Good luck this season everyone and last time I overestimate a cold front....... but it was cold , windy and miserable. 6tHLsuGD-696352181.thumb.jpeg.7357845b55ff290b1d5e0bf1a9e07e8a.jpegQ4XULjyE-691024540.thumb.jpeg.463316b22c41971e5693c4e9ee120357.jpegFB_IMG_1622287015684.thumb.jpeg.38361248a9953be05b983dcdcb201802.jpegFB_IMG_1622287007402.thumb.jpeg.5e254b9a37d50e57b1cdfca771e06279.jpegGCqOSHKh-704994181.thumb.jpeg.78efa1684b9d908c856ce6574b646f2e.jpegqfIPVSAh-699349024.thumb.jpeg.09d4b13399a29a63b733feaa5bd600fe.jpeg20210530_064540.thumb.jpeg.de71c782679d88323dd697afbe3cfdbc.jpeg

 

#1 lure of 4 Musky Inc National Champions in last 3 years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thank you gentlemen.
With the NY season underway, unless we catch a good one I'm going to go silent on fish pics but am willing to answer any and all questions anyone has about equipment, techniques and fish handling.
Wishing everyone a successful season with lots of memories made! Tight lines and best wishes!FB_IMG_1622800022582.jpeg20210602_123127.jpeg

#1 lure of 4 Musky Inc National Champions in last 3 years.


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I lied, one last pic........

Just needed to break the ole bananas on the boat myth. mXVnBeSc-1281118799(1).jpeg20210605_113840.jpeg

#1 lure of 4 Musky Inc National Champions in last 3 years.


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How much of the weed beds are left in Chautauqua? I was just wondering after what I heard last year and the fact that they put some herbicides in this year too. Even though they won't admit it, the herbicides can spread and affect much larger areas than the target areas. But if the curly leaf pondweed is dying off now, that would be normal for mid to late June.

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