Just been thinking a bit about the large number of 24-30" musky that I and alot of other have reported seeing this season. I don't remember seeing that many all at once like this. Could it be that the lake was at capacity, or a bottleneck was happening, and a die off was needed? Just think of what happens to forests after a forest fire hits an area. The folks in the know say they are needed to have regeneration to keep the forests healthy. Maybe the prime spawning area was at it's carrying capacity and the fewer number of musky allowed the remaining ones to all spread out and spawn more effectively, with higher survival rates....again, i'm just guessing, but I'll bet there is some truth to it...Thoughts?