ø PIER PRESSURE Langston Edlund, 10, of Edina, caught this largemouth bass at Lake Ann in Chanhassen off the fishing pier. “I had already reeled my line in after a fun day of fishing, and I asked Langston to bring his line in, too,’ said Langston’s father, Paul. “It was right then that this big fella went after Langston’s sucker minnow. After a few photos we released the fish.’’
▲ HUNGRY MUSKIE Tina Dunlap of Wayzata was fishing with her husband on Lake Minnetonka when she caught this 51-inch muskie. “I was reeling in a small pike, and this beauty came out of nowhere and ate him!’’ she said. “We fought for about 15 minutes, and I ended up winning. I never thought in a million years on a bluebird day in the middle of summer I would catch a fish like this!’’
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