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Message Subject: What makes a hybrid? (Tiger Muskie)
14ledo81
Posted 1/10/2018 7:57 PM (#889442)
Subject: What makes a hybrid? (Tiger Muskie)





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Location: Ashland WI
Is the tiger muskie produced by a male pike and female muskie? Or a male muskie and female pike? Or are both ways possible?
mnmusky
Posted 1/10/2018 10:09 PM (#889458 - in reply to #889442)
Subject: RE: What makes a hybrid? (Tiger Muskie)





14ledo81 - 1/10/2018 7:57 PM

the tiger muskie produced by a male pike and female muskie
Will Schultz
Posted 1/11/2018 12:33 PM (#889483 - in reply to #889458)
Subject: Re: What makes a hybrid? (Tiger Muskie)





Location: Grand Rapids, MI
Both ways are possible but in nature it's most likely to have a male pike and female muskie. In hatchery situations they always use male pike to female muskie because of the spawning cycle. It's a lot easier to hold a male pike for sperm instead of trying to hold a female pike with eggs.
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