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David Sweet stopped in to visit his parents and pick up a friend he met last year and left behind.  David caught his first muskie a Tiger Muskie and left it with the Taxidermist.  It took a year and now the fish was ready to head back

We learned a few things the night David caught this fish.  Fish need to go directly in to a fridge to preserve them and they have to be laid flat.  How do you lay a 40 inch muskie flat in a freezer?  Ask the kind folks at Save More if the fish could lay in their freezer til morning when Kurts Island Sports Shop opened to take it.  We are happy to report the fish made it through and so did David’s dads checkbook

Quite a row of teeth

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After fishing in Lower Kaubashine since David was a kid he has never caught a Muskie until tonight.  David and his friend landed this 38 inch Tiger Muskie at 7pm.  What to do with a 38 inch Tiger Muskie after all the taxidermists in the area are shut down….. that was a dilema.  Until I called Save More Foods who very kindly allowed David to store the fish in their meat locker over night.  Black’s Cliff now endorses Save More Foods as the friendliest grocery store in the area willing to help a fisherman in need of a freezer at a moments notice.  Thanks SAVE MORE!!

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While David was landing his big fish the rest of his group were getting ready for the big annual steak fry.  The Goldberg, Sweet, Ellis and Lustig family dinner went off as planned with the celebration of the big fish and lots of steak.  I think the annual poker game was not far behind as soon as David and his dad Dick returned from Save More