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Aggressive Fish (muskie)

Discussion in 'Future Content and Feature Requests' started by joe_yliniemi, Apr 2, 2019.

  1. joe_yliniemi

    joe_yliniemi New Member

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    I am not sure if this is remotely feasible, but I have heard and seen videos from friends whom have had fish on and a trophy sized muskie grabs the fish. A close friend has had an 18-24 inch walleye on the hook, when about half way in a 50+ inch Muskie grabs the walleye. He fights the muskie/walleye for about 20 minutes only to have the muskie snap his line and he loses both fish.

    In all of the muskie tournaments I have fished over the last 15 years, and even free fishing I have yet to have one do that, but have heard of tales of muskie grabbing upwards of 5+ lb fish. When aggressive they will hit fish up to a third of their length. If this were feasible, it would be awesome and depressing at the same time.
     
  2. Duncanmacleod08

    Duncanmacleod08 Member

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    Realistically pikes and muskie both do this and i've had bass do same thing with small bluegill on the hook it's a predatory fish thing it's not often it happens but every once in awhile it does be cool to see a feature implemented for this eventually though.
     

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