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Joe with a nice rock bass on a popper
Joe with a nice rock bass on a popper
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Yours truly with the big one for the day on the Muskegon, 15"
Yours truly with the big one for the day on the Muskegon, 15"
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Host Todd and neighbor Captain Wayne taking us on a lovely evening cruise around Cowden Lake
Host Todd and neighbor Captain Wayne taking us on a lovely evening cruise around Cowden Lake
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Couple o' boatniks..."Let me check out your console"
Couple o' boatniks..."Let me check out your console"
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Joe is looking even happier than when the day began!
Joe is looking even happier than when the day began!
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Loons on Cowden Lake
Loons on Cowden Lake
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Um...uh...er...botanical sample
Um...uh...er...botanical sample
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Last evening on Cowden lake and Joe pops up a nice largemouth on that blue thing again
Last evening on Cowden lake and Joe pops up a nice largemouth on that blue thing again
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Finally, tested out my new plankton tow!  It worked quite well, but we didn't look at it right away and stuff died eventually...
Finally, tested out my new plankton tow! It worked quite well, but we didn't look at it right away and stuff died eventually...
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Joe cracks the whip...
Joe cracks the whip...
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...and works the wood
...and works the wood
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Todd working it
Todd working it
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Beautiful riparian vegetation on the Muskegon
Beautiful riparian vegetation on the Muskegon
Jmd123June 22nd, 2021, 8:54 am
Oscoda, MI

Posts: 2530
Some more pics from the trip, we all took a bunch!

Jonathon
No matter how big the one you just caught is, there's always a bigger one out there somewhere...
PartsmanJune 23rd, 2021, 4:35 pm
bancroft michigan

Posts: 386
Looks like fun! The Muskegon is such a diverse river. Cowden lake looks nice, but then again there are so many nice lakes in Michigan.
Mike.

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