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OLBUZZTAIL
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Oct-16-14, 
09:15 AM (MST)
"NEW MEXICO TIGER MUSKIES"

Could not draw a tag to save my life so I have had plenty of time to go Tiger Hunting instead! heres a few of the better ones from the past few months a 34in, 36in, 38in all caught on jointed rapalas at Bluewater Lake N.M.


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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: NEW MEXICO...  Gator      Oct-18-14   1 
 RE: NEW MEXICO...  trophyhunter      Oct-18-14   2 
  RE: NEW MEXICO...  OLBUZZTAIL      Oct-20-14   3 
  RE: NEW MEXICO...  OLBUZZTAIL      Oct-20-14   4 
   RE: NEW MEXICO...  trophyhunter      Oct-24-14   5 
 RE: NEW MEXICO...  NVPete      Apr-03-15   6 
  RE: NEW MEXICO...  sageadvice      Apr-11-15   7 
 RE: NEW MEXICO...  eldorado      Apr-25-15   8 

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Oct-18-14, 
10:29 AM (MST)
1. "RE: NEW MEXICO TIGER MUSKIES"

Those are some Dandy's. I have hunt around that place but never fished it, Next time I draw a tag there, I think I will bring a rod along too.

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Oct-18-14, 
01:05 PM (MST)
2. "RE: NEW MEXICO TIGER MUSKIES"

Pretty nice fish...do you eat them or just catch them? Are they good eating, Boney ?

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Oct-20-14, 
07:07 AM (MST)
3. "RE: NEW MEXICO TIGER MUSKIES"


>Pretty nice fish...do you eat them or just catch them? Are they good eating, Boney ?<

TrophyHunter there is a one fish keep 40in minimum length so I just catch and release more interested in the game than eating them but I Have heard they taste the same as Pike, you need to filet and skin them then cut into thick steaks.. The current Record from Bluewater stands at 50 1/2 inches. They are a blast to feel hit that lure and they fight like a BULL!!


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OLBUZZTAIL
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Oct-20-14, 
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4. "RE: NEW MEXICO TIGER MUSKIES"

>>>Pretty nice fish...do you eat them or just catch them? Are they good eating, Boney ?<<<<<<<

trophyhunter there is a one fish per day keep 40in minimum length. I personally just enjoy the game and it's a blast when they slam the lure they really pound it and they fight like a BULL! I have never eaten one but have heard they are just like pike very boney so you must filet and skin them the slice into thick steaks.

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Oct-24-14, 
05:53 PM (MST)
5. "RE: NEW MEXICO TIGER MUSKIES"

Thanks , looked boney, looks like a blast fighting those big fish.

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Apr-03-15, 
00:45 AM (MST)
6. "RE: NEW MEXICO TIGER MUSKIES"

Ol' Buzzy...just caught this post! Dang! Those look almost as big as some of your big diamondbacks!

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Apr-11-15, 
02:18 AM (MST)
7. "RE: NEW MEXICO TIGER MUSKIES"

A neat thread guys, thanks! Looks like a ton of fun!

I fished a lot but never wet a line where there were Pike like fish to catch.

Good stripers, up to thirty pounds, caught on rebel and rapalas ripping from shore in fresh water lakes is about as close to what i've done compared to that. Just love the feel of setting your hook into brute force.

Joey


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Apr-25-15, 
11:30 PM (MST)
8. "RE: NEW MEXICO TIGER MUSKIES"

Good looking fish Buzz.

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