Musky Shop Blog
Finding the pattern in October can be as difficult as finding a needle in a haystack!
If you’ve gone back and forth on what to lures to pack for a day out during the midpoint of fall, don’t leave behind your gliders.
This is a great time for non-boaters to explore musky fishing with family and friends from docks and banks across the state.
Fishing report for late September!
As a professional fisherman Matt and his tournament partner Nate Osfar are one of the best if not the best Musky Tournament teams to ever compete in Musky Tournaments.
With summer ending we are entering into fall and fall type movements of fish.
The World Musky Hunt was held recently in Lake Tomahawk WI. Musky fishing was really quite good for the tournament with the largest Musky caught and released was 52.5"
The World Musky Hunt has been an ongoing Musky tournament for many years and the Musky Shop has had the pleasure to sponsor a team of contestants the last 2 years. Our first sponsored team were Police Officers and our second sponsored team was a team of United States Veterans. It truly was our honor to sponsor such outstanding people.
The World Musky Hunt is an awesome Musky tournament and if you're ever considering fishing a fun local tournament to either enter or sponsor your own team.
Topwater in Wisconsin is amazing to witness if you get your boat out and explore the shallow weeds.
Weeks discovered that after muskies spawned in specific locations, they would take off, swimming all over the lake chains.
Paul’s Pro Am Musky Classic is always held the 3rd weekend in September on the Eagle River Chain of Lakes in Eagle River, WI.