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mikie
Posted 9/25/2022 9:18 AM (#1012142)
Subject: College muskie teams?





Location: Athens, Ohio
I've been invited to talk to a local university's "Angling Club" about muskie fishing. Does any one know, are there college muskie teams and tourneys? thanks, m
sworrall
Posted 9/25/2022 10:09 AM (#1012143 - in reply to #1012142)
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Location: Rhinelander, Wisconsin
https://www.facebook.com/CollegeMuskieandWalleyeLeague/
mikie
Posted 9/25/2022 6:19 PM (#1012158 - in reply to #1012142)
Subject: Re: College muskie teams?





Location: Athens, Ohio
Thanks, Steve. Anyone ever done this? m
sworrall
Posted 9/25/2022 6:38 PM (#1012159 - in reply to #1012158)
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Location: Rhinelander, Wisconsin
Should be a lot of fun. They will soak up every bit of information you give 'em.
happy hooker
Posted 9/27/2022 5:11 PM (#1012220 - in reply to #1012159)
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do they have cheerleaders that use tinsel pom poms
mikie
Posted 9/28/2022 9:22 AM (#1013263 - in reply to #1012142)
Subject: Re: College muskie teams?





Location: Athens, Ohio
The Wisconsin teams would be lucky to get them with shaved legs. m
North of 8
Posted 9/28/2022 1:07 PM (#1013269 - in reply to #1013263)
Subject: Re: College muskie teams?




I don't know about the status of their leg hair, but the young women from my Alma Mater, UW-Stevens Point are some of the finest Natural Resources folks in the country. They for decades have been critical for field research in fisheries, wild life and forestry. They know how to rock a pair of waders. Put them in a marsh doing research and they will walk 90% of guys into the ground. I am sure you will agree that is far more important .
chuckski
Posted 9/28/2022 3:28 PM (#1013274 - in reply to #1012142)
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Along those same lines Colorado State up in Fort Collins have good reputation of Biologist and Science people too.
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