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WHAT A DAY Jackson Utermarck, 10, of Fairmont, Minn., had quite a day recently on vacation with his family on Lake Vermilion. Jackson caught a 45-inch muskie (a personal best), then a 38-inch northern (another personal best) then this 38-inch northern — all in the same day.

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METRO NORTHERN Nancy Roettger of Minneapolis caught this dandy northern on Lake Calhoun. “For over two hours prior to her catch, she’d been reluctantly serving as the picture taker,” said her husband, Dan. “Finally I saw her rod bend and her jaw become firmly set, like it does whenever she has an ‘important’ fish on.” And photographer became subject.

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Trophy tales, part II: The big fish just kept coming

  • July 9, 2013 - 7:57 PM

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