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Muskie minds: Clubs tapping them

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One of the great things about the Chicago Muskie Show, at Harper College in Palatine Friday through Sunday, is the concentration of muskie minds brought to Chicago. And bless the muskie clubs in the area for being smart enough to tap into that brain power.


A welath of information is available tonight. And one of the presenters sticks around for a show on Tuesday, that would be Chad Cain (left in the photo above) The other guy is Robert Tomes on a fly-fishing trip for muskies on Kinkaid in May of 2006.. Tomes is giving the first fly-fishing seminar at the Muskie Show at 7 Friday night.

But to the club meetings. Snow or no snow, there's three good ones on tap tonight.

Steve Heiting, managing editor for Musky Hunter Magazine, will be at the Fox River Valley chapter of Muskies Inc. at Schaumburg Golf Club at 7 p.m. The buffet begins at 6. Go to

Cain will be at the Midwest Musky Club at the Village Sportsman's Club in Alsip at 7:30 p.m., Go to

Hayward guide Steve Genson will be at Quad County Hawg Hunters chapter of Muskies Inc. at the Plano American Legion at 7:30 p.m. Call Duane Landmeier for more info at (815) 286-7170 or go to

Then, on Tuesday, after the Muskie Show, Cain will be the featured speaker at the Chicagoland Muskie Hunters chapter of MI at the Park Ridge VFW at 7;30 p.m. Call Dean Rosset at (847) 677-0017 or go to

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