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Author Topic: New MN state record set on Mille Lacs  (Read 241 times)

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State record muskie caught on Monday, Nov. 22 on Mille Lacs
Nov 24, 2021 Updated 15 hrs ago  0
On Monday, Nov. 22, Nolan Sprengeler went on the last fishing trip of this season with friends Kevin Kray and Zack Skoglund.
On Monday, Nov. 22, Nolan Sprengeler went on the last fishing trip of this season with friends Kevin Kray and Zack Skoglund.


On Monday, Nov. 22, Nolan Sprengeler went on the last fishing trip of this season with friends Kevin Kray and Zack Skoglund.

"At about 9 p.m. I felt that tap on my Thorne Bros 9’6” XXH I’ve been searching for all fall. After a quick battle and a few ridiculous head shakes we had it in the bag. I didn’t realize how giant this fish was until I pulled it out of the net and immediately called Kevin over to assist with the buddy pictures. It measured an incredible 57.75” in length with a 29” girth. The next hour or so was spent trying to get her to release. Eventually we realized this was not going to happen and made the decision to bring it to a certified scale and crush the Minnesota State Record. She weighed 55 lbs and 14.8 oz."

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 :happy1: :happy1: seen that on other sites!!!! what a monster!!!!!!!!!! of course some muskie lover was whining about it dying, i might of poked da bear a bit.... :sleazy: :smoking: saying dead or alive that would of went on my wall!!!!!!!! :evil:
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Article in today's paper claims the DNR electrofished a 61.5" beast in 2019 on the pond. Nonetheless some giants.

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Article in today's paper claims the DNR electrofished a 61.5" beast in 2019 on the pond. Nonetheless some giants.
makes yea think twice about dipping your toes in the water dont it??????  :happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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Article in today's paper claims the DNR electrofished a 61.5" beast in 2019 on the pond. Nonetheless some giants.
makes yea think twice about dipping your toes in the water dont it??????  :happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
aw, keep your toe rings off Glenn and you'll be fine!!  :happy1:

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Article in today's paper claims the DNR electrofished a 61.5" beast in 2019 on the pond. Nonetheless some giants.
makes yea think twice about dipping your toes in the water dont it??????  :happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
aw, keep your toe rings off Glenn and you'll be fine!!  :happy1:
:rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

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:happy1: :happy1: seen that on other sites!!!! what a monster!!!!!!!!!! of course some muskie lover was whining about it dying, i might of poked da bear a bit.... :sleazy: :smoking: saying dead or alive that would of went on my wall!!!!!!!! :evil:
Didn't see much news at all yday but seen this on the early news down here today too. They said at the end of the pc the they tried to revive it but it didn't appear it was going to survive. :scratch:
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that's whay I heard to Gunner...  he's having it mounted... 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Indeed a dandy,it was just a matter of time before she would be kept,suspect she was caught many times over the years,ones just like her as well,most muskie purists wouldn't think of keeping that nice fish...few years ago october full moon trolling for walleyes,buddy stuck an incidental monster on 3 mile reef,he called us over for pic's 55"s with tail curled on the boat floor,maxxed out a 50lb digital scale...CPR'd that night,so yeah every once in a while a giant shows up.

Or some die of old age or can't recover after being hooked like this beast found floating near myr mar reef,pretty sure this was a 60"+ girl that didn't survive.
« Last Edit: November 11/26/21, 08:54:36 AM by snow1 »

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Yup, the news said this morning "He tried to revive it, but it didn't survive the battle"
They also said that it was going to be mounted.
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