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Fish: Tiger Muskie

Muskieís Inc.

Post By: ColoradoTigerMuskie      Posted: 10/14/2020 1:21:13 PM     Points: 100    
After looking around, Iíve seen that we used to have a Muskie Inc. chapter here in Colorado, not just the Mountain West division out of Utah. IWhat was the reason why they disbanded it here?
 Reply by: fom      Posted: 10/14/2020 3:17:30 PM     Points: 7507    
I was a member of that club for years, maybe Fish For All will see this and give his perspective , He was president for a while .

FOM/KEV
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: 10/14/2020 5:59:56 PM     Points: 64998    
Kev, fish for all hasn't been on the site for 2 years now. I think we have so few muskie available here in Colorado there is not a huge group of people chasing them around here.
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: 10/14/2020 6:16:47 PM     Points: 9238    
Goose said it right . . .
 Reply by: ColoradoTigerMuskie      Posted: 10/15/2020 3:23:35 PM     Points: 100    
Thatís unfortunate, Iíve been hitting tigers really hard this year and was hoping there was still a resource like that still available to get involved.
 Reply by: jdavis      Posted: 10/15/2020 3:34:28 PM     Points: 67    
ColoradoTigerMuskie wheres the fish porn?!
 Reply by: bluecollarguy      Posted: 10/15/2020 3:56:53 PM     Points: 43    
When I think back to the mid 90s around when the record was caught, I remember seeing big tigers (40"+) in quite a few waters as the stocking was heavy back then.

It's been quite a long time since I've seen one anywhere, mind you I'm not actively targeting them (we weren't back then either) but clearly the number of them is much lower than 20 years ago or something else changed.
 Reply by: ColoradoTigerMuskie      Posted: 10/25/2020 11:31:24 AM     Points: 100    
Hereís one of 3 fish that Iíve caught this season.
 Reply by: Trailerman      Posted: 10/25/2020 1:17:26 PM     Points: 130    
Nate Zelinsky posted a big one to his Facebook that apparently came out of Antero.
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: 10/25/2020 1:54:57 PM     Points: 64998    
Congratulations on a monster!
 Reply by: ColoradoTigerMuskie      Posted: 10/25/2020 2:52:32 PM     Points: 100    
Iíve been seeing some nice ones starting to come out of Antero. Lots of fish in there for them to grow. Never targeted tigers there, maybe through the ice this season!
 Reply by: jdavis      Posted: 10/26/2020 2:23:07 PM     Points: 67    
ColoradoTigerMuskie nice muskie!
 Reply by: Anteroman      Posted: 10/26/2020 2:48:43 PM     Points: 6139    
Do tiger Muskie fishing folks usually erase them?
I know theyíve put quite a few in Antero in an attempt to control the sucker population.
Iíve seen two pix from friends last season one was thirty inches the other thirty three both were released.
Bill
 Reply by: ColoradoTigerMuskie      Posted: 10/26/2020 3:15:36 PM     Points: 100    
Yes, legally you can keep 1 fish over 36Ē per day. Majority of muskie guys practice catch and release because of how elusive they really are and keeping one is pretty pointless. Tigers are sterile and do not reproduce so whatever they put in a lake is the maximum in there. CPW does this because tigers canít take over a lake and if there is no need for them anymore they can be gone within 10 years in a lake. They are a beautiful fish and a management tool, so I will always release ones that I catch .

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