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08-11-2009, 10:59 PM
I apologize if this issue has already been addressed on Musky Hunter. The Webster Lake Musky Club is currently conducting an auction of musky lures from reputable manufacturers and guided musky trips from local guides on the WLMC website in order to procure funds for the stocking of Upper Long Lake. Manufacturers and guides included in this auction are: Todd Minor, Hellhound, Spankybaits, Hoosier Handmade Musky Baits, Tackle Booty, Bulldawgs. Guided trip AND lodging from Webster Lake Guide Service, guided trip from Hoosier Heartland Guide Service!!! Upper Long Lake Lake is stocked exclusively by the WLMC with no financial assistance received from the Indiana Department Of Natural Resources! Upper Long Lake has produced many quality musky in the short length of time it has been stocked. In these trying financial times I DETEST asking fellow musky hunters for donations or financial assistance. The long term goal of the WLMC would be to continue stocking Upper Long Lake and add another local lake to our stocking efforts (with the IDNR blessing of course)!! As treasurer of the WLMC I can attest to the fact that we currently we do not have the necessary funds to order our supply of muskies for this Fall's stocking. In large part due to the GENEROUS donations of lures and guide trips received for our auction, the WLMC hopes to receive the funds necessary from our auction to order our supply of juvenile muskies to stock Upper Long Lake. Any participation by the members of the Musky Hunter forum WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!! Thank you in advance for your participation in our auction. If you have any problems accessing our site you may reach me at whodini@embarqmail.com
Greg Dini-Treasurer

08-13-2009, 02:16 PM
Some good stuff AND a slimey cause.

Stop over and check out the selection of custom musky baits and help chapter 49 achieve their goal of 20 fish per acre. (I KID, I KID!!!)
Proceeds go towards stocking Upper Long, offering a good alternative to the heavily fished Webster Lake.