Post By: BOOMBOOM7 Posted: 7/9/2019 12:13:14 AMPoints: 0
Is it possible to have a tiger muskie in lonetree? Heeeere is why I ask. Lonetree isn't stocked with tiger muskie. Tiger muskie also are sterile. I don't believe any sort of river runs into this lake. But I watched a massive fish break the water. Now I only saw the jaw come out, and the jaw was huge, shaped exactly like a pike or muskie. Was golden brown. Like tune under jaw was golden brown. Now, if it wasn't a muskie or pike. You might want to say a largemouth. But A. It was golden brown B. It didn't look like a largie. It looked exactly like a muskie or pike mouth. Which is more oval them circle. Plus the size alone would make it the largest largie in the world. I am not kidding or lying. It was so big and horizontal exactly like a muskie it was visible from a good distance and the color doesn't match plus it flapped down not around. It looked as if it was a 45 inch muskie if not more.
Reply by: mjo Posted: Jul. 9, 6:58:37 AM Points: 71
There are a few tigers in Lonetree -- just about everything has gotten a handful of tigers over the past decade it seems like. The stocking of them at Lonetree by CPW is documented. I have been bitten off there in the past. That body of water is not open to the public at present of course.