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

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A friend caught this little guy in the Upper today & was asking about the unusual markings. He had never caught one that looked like this.

Any thoughts?

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I've attached a pdf with photos of the 3 principle type of muskies - barred, spotted, and clear. This muskie might be a cross between the spotted and "clear". They're both present in the great lakes so it is possible. I think most Niagara River muskies are barred. 

Types of muiskies.pdf

Thanks, Tony. I'll send him the pdf.
He was fishing in the Thompson's Hole area when he got it. He's a perch & walleye guy, & occasionally steelhead, but definitely wasn't trolling for muskies

Could it be in transition from yearling to juvenile?

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