MuskyPhoto Album                        

                           

Horizontal Menus Using CSS Css3Menu.com


HOW EFFECTIVE ARE SURFACE LURES?

Too many Musky anglers under estimate the effectiveness of surface lures and, all too often, are found possessing only a spattering of token surface baits in their tackle boxes - lures which commonly collect more dust than teeth marks. Contrary to what some anglers may think, surface bait fishing for Musky is not solely restricted to just the shallow, darker water, lakes and flowages, nor is it a thing of the past...More

Slop Musky On Plastics

Early season Musky success is often measured by the number of fish following lures 6-8 feet behind. With short hits common and cold water temps still keeping fish lethargic, fishing can be fruitless without a system. On my daily occupational drive there is plenty of time to review mental notes of the prior weekend's fishing experiences. For example, recently I recalled a strange early season incident...More

Early Season Musky Approaches

With the water temperature hovering just over the 60 degree mark, the fish seemed quite lethargic and were really holding tight, right in the thickest weeds. Faster moving lures like bucktails or topwater lures just didn't get their attention. Yet, if you slowly twitched a minnow type bait through the pockets or holes in the thick weed cover, you had better have a good grip on your rod!...More

Parting The Morning Mist

All through what seemed like the never ending grip of winter, Muskie anglers have been aching for the sound of open water lapping the shore lines of their favorite Muskie lake. During the off-season, hooks have been sharpened, lures have been repaired, tackle boxes have been reorganized and reels have been cleaned and tuned to pristine excellence…More

Early Season Musky Tips For Bucktails

Real early spring musky fishing will generally be slow until the fish have spawned and some warmer weather hits. However, when the fish finally do become active, the best approach seems to be smaller lures including smaller bucktails. When I say small, I am generally referring to lure lengths of fewer than 5 inches...More

YOU'VE GOT TO FISH THE SPOT CLEAN

It was the spring of 1923, when veteran Musky man Jack Trombly and a young Louie Spray made an observation that was to forever change the way in which they Musky fished. From that day forward, both men began to make a conscious effort to stick with a likely spot in other words, "to fish it clean"...More

EARLY SEASON FLOWAGE SECRETS

Flowages are often the most productive waters to fish in the early season. Most flowages have stained water and a shallower average depth than most natural lakes. This, plus the fact that even the largest flowages are often broken up into a series of smaller lakes and back bays, means that water temperatures will often be much warmer than surrounding natural lakes in early season...More

Mid June Fishing For Musky (By Tony Rizzo)

'm guiding a father and son today, neither of which have ever musky fished. The fish were going wild. One of the best action days I've ever seen. We had follows from doubles and even triples. Several times we had doubles on. The first cast of the day I caught a 38 inch on their rod, just showing them how to cast a Garcia reel...More

Disclaimer:

Prices of items may not reflect the actual price at time of purchase.

Opinions expressed about the items described on this website should not be construed as an endorsement or condemnation of the item.

I am not responsible for any performance inconsistency of items listed on this website.