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 How many "Master Angler" fish this year? 
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2 so far for me...

"54 inch Lake Sturgeon"
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"28.50 inch Channel Cat"
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Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:36 pm
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those are some nice fish there don, i have caught those 3 of those fat perch and another one that was 14 1/2 inch long, and two crappie that where an inch short. My wife and fisherman brians wife are also on the list for catching a master angler perch.

15 1/4inch 2.39lb
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the other 3 i caught and one of the crappie (the very bottom perch is fisherman brians master angler perch right next to the pepsi)
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and the other crappie one and a half inch short of a master angler award and she is still swimming in the lake for this year
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Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:57 pm
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Nice job!

Now where did you catch them Perch? :mrgreen:

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yea where are the pearch

I hope to have a couple this year.

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lake simcoe jr. :wink:

waiting for the taxidermist to finish them up will post pics when i get them back.

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Lake Simcoe that's a good one...NOT! 8)

Man them are some nice dang perch! :mrgreen:

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Nice fish guys.


So far this year I have two MA catches.

One being a 22-1/4 inch smallie

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And the othet a Red Horse river sucker that I didnt measure but I know its over the req for a MA for this species.
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nice fish, i never seen a red horse river sucker, whats the average size on those :?:

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They usually average around 14-16" in the northern part of Mi. ...22" is the min size for Master Angler award. I didnt measure this one but I would say it was every bit of 26"/27".


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I got one channel catfish, and COUNTLESS carp that are MA.

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