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Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana

Postby rwwalleye » Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:57 am

Hi Everyone,
A little while back Martin sent me an email telling me he was going to redo the Lake Schafer outing that he had done in the 128v. He wanted to know exactly what fish was available in my area. Two new fish have appeared since he made the original outing. One was the Asian Carp (an invasive species), which my son shot with his bow, which a game warden asked if he could take. It's the first one that has shown up in our area. The 2nd is the musky. We had 2 major floods in 2008 and 1 in 2009. The Musky made it's way thru the dam systems. They came from Lake Webster which is famous for their Muskies. This Lake is approximately 100 miles north-east of our area.
Last fall while I was wading by the bridge below Norway Dam, I saw about a 12 inch Redtail (redhorse) jump out of the water and shortly something huge came up just below the surface. I threw a spinner bait in the vicinity and hooked something huge. After making a few slow runs back and forth, I gave another quick jerk on the rod to make sure the hook was well set. All of a sudden a 40+ inch Muskie completely came out of the water, gave a head shaking somersault and threw the hook. What else could i do but set there with my mouth wide open, astonished at just what happened.
Well Martin redid the outing and told me that my muskie was there waiting for me to catch. Well after my 2nd attempt at fishing this outing, I have caught my Muskie.
This is another excellent outing. Just like his Australian Sunset outing, it's really enjoyable to fish. Alot of hard hitting action and heavy fighting, you almost think on some of the fish you hooked a submarine. The Jumping Muskie was fabulous. I lost a few from them throwing the hook, but finally played the one I caught till I landed him. Make sure you use some heavier tackle and fish different depths. That's what it took to catch the wide variety of fish. Make sure you check out the Flathead Catfish. If I'm not mistaken, this is the picture of the World Record Flathead.
Another excellent outing Martin, I give this one a A++. To all the fish developers another excellent job on your fish. Here's My caught list and the pictures to go along with it.

4/14/2013 Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana
Fish: 48.34 inch Jumping Muskie from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: QRATKSLUZOERA6993UUHXZHPPQURIMVVOYFUFXLDKQULQJQSUUPICUSQUXKBS
Fish: 35.08 inch Wiper from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: SOBHFISUPIXTC6173ELUJIXAQCVNAFFVJEAAAUUCJBCELJUHAUMOGTQQLTQCO
Fish: 36.30 inch Walleye from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: VVNBMDNLERDYC8960BKZLRGONPWKIGTGHPJBZGKNZUKKFXPQGXZFHUINGGKYH
Fish: 34.52 inch Jumping Largemouth Bass from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: WDDVRBQXKTZDD2454PBPJMBBKQPUETWIUVKPHXNWCROVNYHEDYSQIMYFAJJQK
Fish: 60.76 inch Flathead Catfish from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: KTOPSEIAYKLTF5514FYWIYYMWDWCSJIUHPNWYGMSTHLNAXCLVRNGSEURMOGGG
Fish: 42.58 inch Blue Catfish from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: OUEQLTCLABTFF3533LKLSIJWVXSEQTDCKOBXJSJMUOERVITDHLTBYDVHFLGGG
Fish: 34.47 inch Jumping Largemouth Bass from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: LOLXQBJCDUHWX4059IJKOCZORWRRHXJNCBENZWLXDYFOMKRLXZGNHVMVIFUTQ
Fish: 27.66 inch Saugeye from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: GDUDUTERTDPGS9413PHEGRDIWJOOLNDDXRCKLFAATALFTTKRDLLILEQJJZFJB
Fish: 37.41 inch Jumping Bowfin2 from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: FHOOHCGDMURQC8062LQOWDWAJDBIOCHGTOJCWYSZBPJDVITANNKYMUPBYLUJG
Fish: 37.46 inch Walleye from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: LWCXNTCFITBXZ9554OBAMXUIOPKBVSLPPHEBHWPGOMAACSJZMAZYQFKGNFXXO
Fish: 45.05 inch Asian Bighead Carp from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: REZJGCQGRRFSX9743JVEMIMXUJWDBFCUXENYFOYASKJAEDEEAAXXRBVUTGNFQ
Fish: 32.16 inch Jumping Largemouth Bass from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: RUXBNRMDCEUGT0941DXKBYDEGDAQLWYYWQVAONNSGWRXKEXYMDCSAVIELBAMF
Fish: 45.95 inch Asian Bighead Carp from Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana; Code: IMVWHQSAAALFT4628MMMVGIDUJSWWUZZTKCUTKYSJCQMRQLSIRHBUBGKQYHHW
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P.S. I caught all these fish on my Walleye Jig, It's what I mainly use in early spring and late fall, when the water is still cold. I've caught all these fish in real life on this jig, except for the Asian Carp and the Muskie.
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Re: Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Apr 15, 2013 4:40 pm

Hi Roger and Everyone:

Holly Mackerel! Or should I have said Holly Jumping Muskie. :lol: That is a big Muskie you got there. Looks like a very exciting outing from Martin. I am glad we have now a good fish library and outing creators can put in the right fish in the right location. That is quite a variety of fish that you caught. I am sure in real fishing though the fish will not be quite as large as those you caught but what the heck, this is a simulator and game and the aim is to have fun! Congratulations, great job!

Regards.

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Re: Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana

Postby rwwalleye » Mon Apr 15, 2013 5:00 pm

Hi Stanley,
Yes this was a very excellent outing, especially with the newer fish. Martin has been doing an excellent job on his outings, and you and the other fish developers have deinitely been doing an excellent job on our new species. I hope you checked out our comments on your new Brown Trout. It will be excellent for the sream and river fishing. Just list it as the spawning brown trout. An excellent job well done on all your new fish. Roger
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Re: Sw Lake Schafer Monticello Indiana

Postby Dveddkol » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:28 am

Awesome guide! Thanks for sharing with us!
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