Razor sharp muskie teeth.
2014 Important Club Dates2.pdf
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Next Chapter Mtg. April 17 Thurs. @ 6:30

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UPDATED Tiger Muskie Log
Here is the full count for last year's tigers which were reported. And the complete list for years past. Click on the PDF.
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SLIDESHOW: A FEW NW TIGERS

To enlarge photos, click on the 2nd button from the right, below the photo, then click on arrow to the far right. To restart video, click on arrow to the far right.

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Click on the PDF, below, for President's Miles very funny Chapter Report for March/April.

Go to PAGE 30. (Big file - takes a min. to load)

March/April MUSKIE Magazine
mar2014_hd9(1).pdf
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Tiger Muskies CPR'd for 2013:

(CPR=Catch, Photo, Release)

Click on photo to enlarge, then scroll with arrows inside enlarged photo.

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New Idaho Record:Tiger Muskie 44.26 lbs.

From the Spokane Spokesman Review: FISHING – Idaho’s 12-year-old tiger muskie record has been smashed by Edward Kalinowski of New Meadows, Idaho, while fishing on Little Payette Lake on Aug. 6, Fish and Game Department officials have confirmed.

Kalinowski landed the 44.26-pound lunker on a 12-pound test line with a Neon Magic lure. The fish is 50.5 inches long with a 25-inch girth.

The previous record was 38 pounds, 7 ounces, 48.25 inches with a 22.5-inch girth, caught June 16, 2001, in Hauser Lake by Douglas Butts of Eureka Mont., on a Mepps Bucktail Yellow lure.

Tiger muskies have been stocked for trophy fisheries in about 10 Idaho lakes and seven in Washington, including Silver, Newman and Curlew.

..............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:

KnowtheDifference03.pdf
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      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 Muskies. 

    http://mountainmuskies.com  

Chapter #57 Past President, Norm Dillon, presents a $1,500 check to Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife, Warmwater Program Manager, Bruce Bolding.

In 5 short years, Chapter #57 has raised $16,000.00 to support the Tiger Muskie Program.

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CHAPTER #60 - SPOKANE

We are happy to advertise for the newest Muskies, Inc. Chapter in Washington:

Chapter #60 – Spokane, WA!

 

The Mountain Muskies meet every OTHER Month on the 4th Tuesday 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