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Lost one boat side 2 years ago on the lower grand. Only a 30"er but was definitely a musky.  I had enough time e to look at it as I was the one who forgot the net and was volentold to lip it. 

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Fresh, we have a Grand River here too that empties into Lake Erie in Painesville Ohio, after some digging I found out it has a limited natural occurring muskie population.

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On 12/2/2019 at 11:49 AM, OhioFisherman said:

It's over and that 12.690 fish seems to have held up, given the weather in the area the last month or so it's not a surprise, opportunities to get out safely on Lake Erie, or even some of it's break walls and piers was reduced.

Weather may have also affected their feeding? resulting in lower weights? Although for a lot of the warmer water season there seemed to be a shortage of Emerald Shiners. Not sure how much a 10+ pound walleye depends on 3-4 minnows for food?

 Can't complain about walleyes that size no matter where you are?

Something fishy in the fall? The pending leader heard he would have to take a polygraph test and dropped out? Hmmm? Sad to have things like that happen.

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Both my kids licenses  expire this year so guess what they're getting for Christmas...

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