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Created by Scott McKee Oct 31, 2018 at 1:09pm. Last updated by Scott McKee Oct 31, 2018.

Thank you, Jay!

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Ok crew. We've got at least 12 of the Niagara's top musky anglers assembled and some unpredictable weather incoming. At this point it's us against the musky!! The weather may be threatening, but it just sounds to me like another factor to help queenie fu#k up!! She's Fu#ked! Tonight the queen hits the bag at sunset!  

That being said, safety comes first! If the Radar shows storms are close, don't mess around and take stupid risks for a fish. I'm fishing tonight, thats for sure, but if it's not looking great we will shorten the time to 12am before the start. If it looks worse, then it's gonna be a true 4 hr shootout with a 10pm quit time. That'll all be decided before we launch because mother nature and the weather man can't be trusted! My cell is 716-628-9563 if anybody needs to get ahold of me feel free to txt or call. @everyone

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Well we stuck it out through a brief downpour and some thick fog for what ended up being a pretty nice night on the water. Cullen Veiders landed the only fish out of the 13 participants. A 35.5" beauty on his own 13" jointed MILF in ob nightstalker. Looks like Musky candies owes Cullen a free bait for the win! Make yourself a good one Cullen!

That being said new members Chuck Card and his partner Mike Day both lost fish that would have taken home the win. Chuck has been on fish all season and is not far from really figuring this place out. We'll be seeing Chuck and Mike giants in the bag this season, gauranteed.

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