Musky Shop Blog
The open water portion of the fishing season here in the Northwoods of Wisconsin is nearing the end.
With November's arrival, an above average stretch of weather continues to heavily influence fishing in the Northwoods.
The best time to catch a trophy musky (if you are following your local weather patterns) is prior to a cold frontal condition.
Fall is an awesome time of the year; we hope you find time to get out and enjoy God's creation and catch a bunch of fish.
Fall Musky fishing has been quite good as has Crappie fishing, Walleye fishing, and Bass fishing.
Sevenmile Lake lies in both Oneida and Forest County’s and is surrounded by land owned by the US Forrest Service.
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.
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.
The transition from Summer to Fall can be a confusing time in Musky Fishing especially in colder climates where the transition is quite dramatic. When the fall transition is taking place in the air and landscape around you, imagine the same is taking place subsurface.
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