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“The Figure 8 works!”

Pictured Above: Jamie Kopischke with a 48-inch Muskie. This fish bit on the second pass of a figure-8.

FML Outdoors Featured Catch of the Day

48-inch Musky. Released for you.

Lake Minnetonka, MN

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“Musky Mayhem with the Woods!”

Pictured Above: Good friend Brian Wood, fishing along-side father Jim Wood (Not Pictured) succeeded in stirring up the water on a calm day.

FML Outdoors Featured Catch of the Day

49-inch Musky. Released for you.

Lake Minnetonka, MN

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Originally from Asia and European countries, Zebra mussels came to Minnesota through the Great Lakes by attaching themselves to foreign ships departing with coal and iron ore pellets. They eventually worked their way into the Mississippi River and are now in Lake Minnetonka!

Danger lurks Beneath the Water

Wayzata Bay is the first to be infected. So what does this mean for Dick Osgood, executive director of the Lake Minnetonka Association and the residents living on the lake? (more…)

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Rain and Wind Made Fishing Challenging!

I decided to fish, instead of video record, this year’s crappie contest. It’s always fun to watch the boats come in and see kids faces light-up, as they proudly carry their prize-winning fish!

My friends (Brian and Ryan) and I planned to get up early and meet at the launch in Spring Park. It was 6:20 a.m. when we pulled into the Holiday gas station. We grabbed some coffee and donuts and in no time we were in the water!

I was surprised to see very few boats at the landing? The weather for that day called for 70% chance of rain. Perhaps, the threat of rain kept fair-weather fishermen off the lake? (more…)

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“Personal Best!”

You know it’s going to be a great night when you forget the net at home. This 52-1/2 inch Muskie was caught at night on Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota. It’s about time Brian shows-up his old man! This fish was released for you!

Lake Minnetonka, MN

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grandpamadeline_mtka It was a slow Crappie bite…all of a sudden, this 28-inch Northern Pike came along! If I were a Crappie, I’d hide too.

Pictured Left: Grandpa and Granddaughter Madeline Nelson
on Lake Minnetonka, MN

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