MIKE FULLER wins Tournament with a 40" long by 20" girth tiger!
More info and photos coming soon.
- Lake Tapps Park charges $15 to launch & park your trailer. Or $75 for the Annual Pass if you are a Pierce County Resident.
- To save time, fill out your Registration & Release Forms. (Below)
- Per WDFW rules, you will need a banner for the engine cowling on your boat. They are avavilbe at Auburn Sports.
- The Chapter has 60" floatable measuring sticks for sale.
Awards Ceremony for 2012: April 18, 2013
Congratulations to Mike Floyd, Pete Bergman, Dan Fuller, Tammy Ramsell Baldwin and Honorable mention to Bill Evans! Captions explaining each photo are at the bottom of the
photo when "opened". President Miles McDonald (on the left in each picture) presents the Awards.
Chapter #57 Member from Ottowa, Canada, Julie Cashaback with her 55.25 St. Lawrence River Purebred Muskie. The fish made her the National Women's Champion for biggest Muskie Release for 2012. WTG, Julie!!
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A Few Other Recent Tiger Muskies:
More photos @ Index bar on left, under "Tournaments 2012" and "Photo Gallery".)
SLIDE SHOW OF BIG FISH:
SLIDE SHOW OF A FEW TIGER MUSKIES IN WASHINGTON
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..............50 INCH TIGER ! ...................
Sept. 17, 2011: 50 inch Tiger Muskie caught and released at Curlew Lake. Biggest Tiger by any Muskies, Inc. Member in WA. Congrats to Muskies, Inc. Spokane
Chapter #60 Member, Chris Gades.
50 INCHES: WASHINGTON'S MINIMUM SIZE REGULATION TO KEEP A TIGER MUSKIE
Do You Know the Difference Bewteen a Muskie and a Pike? Check this out:
The goals of the Chapter are to promote Tiger Muskie Fishing in the great Northwest,
provide information and services to tiger muskie anglers, promote Catch, Photo and Release (CPR) where it is appropriate and to provide information to other groups about the benefits of having the
sterile Tiger Muskie in Northwest lakes, as well as the proper way to handle a muskie if one is caught.
Muskies, Inc. is a National organization, started in 1966 in Minnesota. We are their 57th Chapter. We, like them, are a non-profit
501c3 and our Chapter was started in May of 2007. We are the 1st Chapter in WA., and now we have been joined by yet another fine M.I. Chapter: #60 in Spokane; the Mountain
Baby Tiger Muskies
In May 2012 Chapter #57 helped the WDFW release baby tigers into some of the 7 Washington Lakes where they are carefully stocked.
Average size was about 12 inches. Tiger Muskies are sterile.
- Final Count of Baby Tiger Muskies stocked for 2012:
Curlew - 310
Evergreen - 250
Mayfield - 1100
Merwin - 1569
Newman - 519
Silver - 290
Tapps - 1005
Total – 5043
49" Tiger caught in WDFW gill net. Click on photo for Andy Walgamott's article in NW Sportsman Magazine.
Chapter #57 President, Norm Dillon, presents a $1,500 check to Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife, Warmwater Program Manager, Bruce
In 5 short years, Chapter #57 has raised $16,000.00 to support the Tiger Muskie Program.
CHAPTER #60 - SPOKANE
We are happy to advertise for the newest Muskies, Inc. Chapter:
Chapter #60 – Spokane, WA!
The Mountain Muskies meet every 4th Tuesday of the month at
the VFW Hall, 300 West Mission Ave. in Spokane, WA. at 6:00 PM
For more info, visit their website at www.mountainmuskies.com