(CPR=Catch, Photo, Release) Make sure to Click on these great photos to enlarge them, then scroll with arrows inside enlarged photo. We only post them as small thumbnails so you can
load the page faster. Enjoy our NW Tigers!
MERWIN TOURNEY, Sept. 6, 2014: 5 Tiger Muskie were caught and released.
Biggest Fish of the day went to Dan Fuller who caught a 43.5 incher. Dan also caught a 36 inch Muskie and another 31 incher.
Pete Bergman caught two: A 36 inch Muskie and another 30 inch fish.
Everyone enjoyed a cookout at the firepit and telling of tall tales. A beautiful weekend up on the Resevoir.
Cresap boat launch is lovely; however parking can be problematic! I'm hopeing the renovations on Speelyai make parking better!
Time will tell!
(Excerpted from the Chapter Facebook page, from Secretary Mary McDonald.)
Pete Bergman has been teaching young Ben Simpson, age 7, about Tigers. Ben got this handsome 41 incher on his own. Ben also owns Buddy; the Dog always with Pete. Please keep them all in your
prayers, because Buddy has gone missing.
Brett Olson is not only a veteran tiger angler, he has perfected some of the most amazing photos will catching & releasing these wily fish, usually by himself. For the full spectrum of these
shots, be sure to enlarge them! Set 1
Mike Floyd with a Lake Tapps Tiger: 39.25 inches. Mid-Sept.
Pete Bergman has been busy, again, mostly down on Merwin:
Miker Floyd added 3 more fish on Sept. 9-11, 2014. That is a 30.25 in the net and a 33.25 in the next photo. Check out the fat girth on the last pix: 44incher with a healthy appetite!
Sept.5th Report from member Mike Crisanti, Jr: He caught and released 22 tigers in August: with 11 of them over 40 inches; WTG, Mike!
Mike Floyd reports 10 tigers caught and released on Merwin between Aug. 21 to 23rd and ranging from 35 to almost 46 inches! While #8 comes in at the longest at 45.75 !! inches, check out #10,
below. What a fantastic tiger.
Pete Bergman had another busy weekend on Aug. 16 & 17. Check out his success on Merwin: WTG, Pete!
Scott Boxman says: "We" (Scott, Bryant Peterson and Oliver Signs) caught these 2 tigers": a 42" and a 41.5 on Mayfiled. Aug. 12 Congrats all!
Mike Floyd just had another great 2 days on Merwin on Aug. 8th & 9th: 7 Tigers! Ranging from 33" to 46.25", with 4 over 40"......40.25, 43.5, 45 and 46.25. Congrats, Mike! ▼▼▼
M.I. Member from New York, Mike Crisanti Jr., with a 40 incher. Mike has been fishing Merwin and Mayfield steady the last few weeks and likes our NW Tigers! He has more photos coming,
too: a 43" and his personal best: a 45.5 x 21 from Merwin. He is the newest CH. #57 Member, too!
◄ Veteran Tiger angler, Brett Olson, with a nice 40 incher!
(Scroll down the website for some of Brett's fine camera work, too).
◄ Mayfield Lake authority, Jack Tipping, with a 43 incher in July!
▼ Mike Floyd had another two busy days in late July: Tigers ranged in size from 31.5 to 40.25 inches. That’s a little 31.5” in the net. He had 17 bites on that Friday and says he missed a
ton of fish. They are out there!! ▼
Pete Bergman has been busy! Some captions have details... ▼
Mike Floyd: 45.25", 46.75", 35.0" and 35.25"..in that order. (Late June) ▼
Some nice camera shots from Brett Olson. ▼ Click to enlarge. Esp. the 1st .
Mike Floyd. 41.75 on Mayfield
Mike Floyd had a 7- fish day on Mayfield in June! ▼
Brett Olson, Mike Floyd and Pete Berman all caught & released Tigers earlier this spring, 2014. ▼
CHAPTER #57, Muskies, Inc. Tourney:
Beautiful summer day on the most stunning tiger muskie lake in Lewis County. (!) All agreed to come off the water by 14:00 because of heat. As uncomfortable as it may be for the anglers, it can be
downright dangerous for tiger muskies. Especially the big girls. And the top 3 spots went to some great fish.
1st place to Pete Bergman with a magnificent 48 inch tiger muskie.
2nd Place to Mike Floyd, with a hefty 43.5 incher and
3rd Place to Dan Fuller with a 41.5 beauty.
Afterwards we had a big camp-out for all & enjoyed a great potluck (Terriffic Brats, Miles) from many generous anglers and REALLY enjoyed the Super Moon as the day cooled off.
Other than a few "bumps in the night"... a good time was had by all.