NEXT MEMBERS TOURNEY:
JULY 28, 2018
Meet at 5:45-6:15 A.M. at County Park Launch (180 Beach Drive, Mossyrock)
Launch at 6:30
Ends 2-3PM ..TBA depending on the weather - tigers get stressed with heat.
$20 entry fee, per angler.
$10 Big Fish Calcutta (Optional)
Good, big launch; porta potties.
Bring $5.00 for parking.
Contest Banners for your motor cowling are WDFW required. (See photo, below). They are $25 from Auburn Sports. and they come in 4 sizes. The Chapter will have a few 4 sale @ the launch if you forget
yours. Measuring sticks will be provided.
You can fill out 2 quick forms:
1. Muskies, Inc. Release Form. .
2. WDFW Aquatic Invasive Species Form
If you have had your boat in waters OUTSIDE of Washington, you will need to read and follow those instructions. Be thorough in sanitizing your boat. No one wants those invasive
zebra mussels in our waters.
1st Place AND Big Fi$h: 38.75", Joe Weisner, Chapter #65, Utah
2nd Place: Ryan Elizondo: 37.5", Chapter #65, Utah
3rd Place: Jesse French: 37", Chapter #57, Washington
Lynn Hotchkiss, from Chapter #65, also netted a 33.75" tiger
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL and thank you to the 19 anglers who turned out to try their luck. And a big welcome to the Muskies, Inc. Chapter #65 anglers.
(click on photos to enlarge)
2018 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:
May 19th .... Mayfield
June 16th .... Tapps
July 28th .... Mayfield
August 25th .... Mayfield
Sept. 22nd .... Merwin
Remember to Thank your dynamic Tournament Directors, Mike & Dan Fuller. It takes early planning, attention to details and careful money managing
and they both do it all flawlessly. We are lucky to have them. THANKS Dan & Mike!
"Anyone that's not a club member... join up! Tons of fun and lots of
good guys and gals".
2018. May, June &
Members: Send us your photos so you have braggig rights on this Chapter page! Note: MUSKIES, INC. will not allow us to post any photos of fish that are under duress. Especially
support them with a horizontal hold and quick release. Thank you for patiently teaching others, too, on how to take care of our esox. We were all new, once. (click to enlarge & scroll thru
2018 Fish: March, April, May
Tiger stocking 2018, Mayfield. WDFW brought the 10"-12" esox to the lake from Meseberg Hatchery and five CH.# 57 Members were on hand to help plant. FUN! Click on the photos to
More info & questions answered at this Facebook page:
Washington Tiger Musky
1. Shop for NW TIGER PAC products: T-Shirts, Sweatshirts, Coffee Mugs, etc.
.... coming soon...... check back
2. Tournament SHIRTS ARE AVAILABLE ! (See some of the guys in their shirts in photos, above)
Order yours now, from Muskies, Inc.
Add your first name on front, last name on the back. The NW TIGER PAC logo is already on file with the shirt company. Be CH#57 proud - fly the colors and
catch more fish!
(custom shirt can take up to 4 weeks to process)
Just a few of the Chapter members who fished the Sept. Mayfield Tournament
1st Place: Mike Floyd - 35" and 45.5" = 80.5 total inches
2nd Place: Jesse French - 41" and 30" = 71 total inches
3rd Place: Joe French - 43" = total 43 inches
(click on each photo for angler's name and fish size)
FOR THE YEAR FOR 3 TOURNAMENTS:
Biggest Tiger of the Year: 9/15/17: President Mike Floyd with a massive 48.25" fish. Released. Remeber WA. tigers must be 50
inches to keep. Tiger's prefered diet is northern pike minnow, which eat salmon smolt. Practicing Catch & Release helps the salmon, too.
The following is the latest monthly report about our Chapter #57 in the issue of our national magaine; MUSKIE. Past President, Miles McDonald, who is a master of the well-turned phrase, has again
submitted an articulate article. Kudos to Miles and salute to our unsung Master of Esox, Michael Floyd. Take a look:
I am proud to announce that 50 Tiger Muskie signs (see below) have just been ordered for all 7 Tiger lakes in WA. by Chapter #57, Muskies, Inc. Special thanks to WDFW Warm Water Manager,
Bruce Bolding for his help in this endevour. Chapter #60, Spokane, will also help fund this project.
It was ONE of the projects Pete Bergman was determined to get done. This one is for you, buddy Pete. We all miss you dude. Especially the "fishy" phone calls.
President Brett Olson and Angler of the Year, Mike Floyd, put on a Tiger Muskie Seminar at Sportsman's Warehouse Federal Way in April, 2015.
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