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    Default If you can't beat them, join them.

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    Not good at fresh water fish identification. Guessing it looks like a small pike. Yes , no?

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    Muskie

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    Long lake??

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    Good eating size right there! I'm jealous

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    Yes a muskie. Thankfully not Long Lake....yet.

    My wife was angry I didn’t keep it. Best eating freshwater fish in Maine
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    I prefer white perch as my favorite to eat fish. Although I have never eaten a Muskie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky View Post
    I prefer white perch as my favorite to eat fish. Although I have never eaten a Muskie.
    Almost the same as a white perch; white, flaky, and mild. We eat a lot of white perch and I like muskie better.
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    I'd have to give the edge to Muskie as well. Probably the best freshwater fish I have eaten. Makes great fish and chips

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