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Merwin Reservoir Washington | Tiger Muskie on Swimbait

by The Addicts

January 02, 2017


It's no secret that there are some large tiger muskie up in some of the reservoir areas of Columbia basin rivers and tributaries. Planted to filter out pike-minnow (squawfish), they are an excellent opportunity.

Tiger Muskie exist in many parts of the country as a hybrid designed to not reproduce.

There are actually a number of methods to entice tiger muskie. Read all about Tiger Muskie in our technique articles.

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