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Muskie show opens at Harper College

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  • Joseph Seeberger of Portage, Mich., peers at his modern-day world record muskie, caught in 2012 with a live minnow and an 8-lb. test line. His muskie, which he caught while fishing for bass in Lake Bellaire, Mich., is on display at the Chicago Muskie Show at Harper College.

       Joseph Seeberger of Portage, Mich., peers at his modern-day world record muskie, caught in 2012 with a live minnow and an 8-lb. test line. His muskie, which he caught while fishing for bass in Lake Bellaire, Mich., is on display at the Chicago Muskie Show at Harper College.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Kevin Kachlic of McHenry picks out a Shumway Flasher buck tail bait.

       Kevin Kachlic of McHenry picks out a Shumway Flasher buck tail bait.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Nick D'Andrea of Chicago gets wrapped up in his granite Burmese python while promoting Migizi snakeskin inlay fishing rods at the Chicago Muskie Show at Harper College.

       Nick D'Andrea of Chicago gets wrapped up in his granite Burmese python while promoting Migizi snakeskin inlay fishing rods at the Chicago Muskie Show at Harper College.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Tony Bush of Cary picks out a couple of Viper 2 buck tail baits from Bait Rigs of Madison, Wis., at the Chicago Muskie Show on Friday at Harper College.

       Tony Bush of Cary picks out a couple of Viper 2 buck tail baits from Bait Rigs of Madison, Wis., at the Chicago Muskie Show on Friday at Harper College.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 

Muskie lovers, unite. The annual Chicago Muskie Show is up and running at Harper College in Palatine.

The three-day event opened Friday and continues Saturday and Sunday, with lectures, demonstrations, booths showcasing the latest gear, prize drawings and events that will teach your kids the basics of casting and retrieving.

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Hours are 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $10 each day, with children 12 and under admitted free.

For details, visit www.chicagomuskieshow.com.

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