Mayfield Lake tiger musky progress report for 1995
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Mayfield Lake tiger musky progress report for 1995 by Jack M. Tipping

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Published by Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Hatcheries Program, Assessment and Development in [Olympia, Wash.] .
Written in English


  • Muskellunge -- Washington (State) -- Statistics,
  • Hatchery fishes -- Washington (State) -- Mayfield Lake,
  • Fishes -- Conservation -- Washington (State) -- Mayfield lake,
  • Fishing surveys -- Washington (State) -- Mayfield Lake,
  • Fishes -- Control -- Washington (State) -- Mayfield Lake,
  • Pikeminnows -- Washington (State) -- Mayfield Lake

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Edition Notes

Statementby Jack M. Tipping.
SeriesReport -- no. H96-01., Report (Anti-Corruption Program (Fundacja im. Stefana Batorego)) -- no. H96-01.
ContributionsHatcheries Program (Wash.). Assessment and Development Division.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 21 p. :
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17031465M

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  (Fish bites are rare, but they can happen. In , a pound, inch-long muskie bit a youth in Lake Rebecca in western Hennepin County. That fish was later captured in the enclosed swimming area and moved.) Well I looked up Rebecca on the MN DNR Lake Finder and that is correct, the Musky are the Leech Lake Strain. Open year around, there is an 8-inch minimum size on trout. All cutthroat trout in Mayfield Lake and in tributary Tilton River must be released. Remember, only adipose clipped rainbow trout may be retained in Mayfield Lake and the Tilton River. Currently the minimum size limit for muskies is 50 inch. Fishing Mayfield Lake. This book moves at about the pace of a fishing boat bobbing on a Wisconsin lake, which is just about right, because you get to listen to Gardner's humor, some of it good, during the ride. Unlike Melville, you don't have to decipher 19th century English, and you hear about eating candy bars instead of salt tack/5(43).  ) a good program here for Tiger Musky that was making substantial progress. Big fish and a lot of them, just concentrated mainly to about 3 bodies of water. Love the fishing here and blessed to get to enjoy it and see these fish grow into beasts! Going to be out of town is all and would like to keep fishing them while I am away.

Saturday, June 15th at Mayfield Lake: Chapter #57 Tiger Muskie Tournament: As this was a "Members Only" Tournament, 12 Chapter anglers met up at the boat launch about an hour past sun-up. Nic Full Report».   Mayfield Lake is located about three miles west of Mossyrock, and is known for tiger musky fishing. Currently, the record for tiger muscky is 31 pounds, but there are even bigger ones still in the lake! Tacoma Power stocks Mayfield Lake with rainbow trout, and there is an 8-inch minimum size when fishing them. Other fish in Mayfield Lake include.   Mayfield Lake Tiger Muskie on the Fly. by Pacific Fly Fishers Not nearly as large as some of the fish we spotted throughout the day but a Tiger Muskie on the fly nonetheless. This guy was inches and would have been perfect on an 8- or 9-weight. Those bigger fish will require a or weight for sure! *Tiger Muskie NOTE: The above information represents direct stockings of 8 inch or larger muskie fingerlings into state and public lakes and does not include stockings of fry or small .

  All 3 boats out trolling on Sunday night caught smallmouth bass on muskie crankbaits and a couple walleyes were gave the smallmouth bass a chance to get full and the muskies a chance to get hungry,we took last night on the water tonight before the rain and front moves temp is coming down nice,now 69 degrees,that is 5 degrees below normal for this time in . Jett Bowers, right, and Lane Douglass, both of Chehalis, pose with a monster Tiger Musky they caught at Mayfield Lake this week. Douglass said the fish was 45 inches long.   Subject: RE: New Illinois State Record Tiger Musky Caught This Weekend Nice fish but my thought is that since the fish came from a "Private Club Lake" it should not be recognized as the official state record, State record fish should only be recognized if caught from public waters.   The hybrid Tiger muskie (Esox masquinongy x lucius) is also present in the Great Lakes region, these grow faster and larger than either of the parent species, are characterized by dark stripes on a lighter background, have sensory pores and are otherwise intermediate between the two parents in shape and coloring.