Musky Shop Blog
We have had a few really cold days that slowed things down a bit but that cold blast is gone now and warmer winter temps are on the way.
This is a great time for non-boaters to explore musky fishing with family and friends from docks and banks across the state.
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.
Weeks discovered that after muskies spawned in specific locations, they would take off, swimming all over the lake chains.
Sevenmile Lake lies in both Oneida and Forest County’s and is surrounded by land owned by the US Forrest Service.
In the centuries since French explorers and Indian tribes roamed its rocky islands, dramatic changes have reshaped Lake of the Woods.
Let’s dive into the differences between muskies and northern pike so that when you tangle with one or the other, you can spot the difference and have a clearer understanding of both these apex predators.
Musky Shop guides discusses their perfect hand-full of favorite baits for early season success.
This month, we've reached out to our friend Ben Kiscellus who is in the early stages of producing a chatterbait that seems to sell out faster than we can get them in stock.
When you've married into a "musky" family, finding your path to recognition is difficult. You are surrounded by the wild stories and tall tales of Grandfathers, Fathers, and boat partners casting and repeating, with the aggrandized ending of finding success when a mighty musky takes the bait.
It is winter in the Northern Hemisphere. The vicious cold has transformed the scattered blue lakes of the North Woods into white disks — barren wastelands of ice.
Today, the majority of our dives in the St. Clair River now include a muskie sighting thanks to the world-class muskie fishery in Lake St. Clair.
Just to keep it fresh on the Musky Shop blog, why not scour the internet for the most interesting tidbits we could find on Esox.
You can sign up on the website with your boat partners and compete for some hansome rewards with a chance to compete at the year end's invitational.
Read on for round two of Behind the Baits. This time we were able to throw some questions at Bill Schwartz of Slammer Tackle.
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