Musky Shop Blog
Musky Shop will be having a quick chat with the people behind the companies that make some of your favorite Musky Lures. For January, we reached out to Chris Piha of Llungen Lures to find out what makes him tick.
Saturday, January 22 - Lakeland Union High School Ice Fishing team with the help of their coaches and sponsors were able to organize the first invitational tournament held this year on Lake Minocqua.
Alarming muskie decline in the St. Lawrence River: Invasive fish species, virus could be contributing
The St. Lawrence River’s muskie fishery has taken a few hits for more than a decade
Thanks to improvements in hatchery practices, additional areas are now stocked.
With the majority of musky anglers firmly in winters grasp fortunate few southern states are blessed with not only open water but also open seasons.
Take a look at this weeks video with discussions on trolling rods, reels, baits, tactics, and map work to help you find the magic depth, speed, and patterns to put some muskies in your net when you troll.
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.
On this weeks episode, finding pelagic bait fish in post frontal conditions leaves the boys with no other option other than hitting all levels of potential targets. Fishing in groups means that all rods on the boat need to be throwing something that reaches these bait clouds at a different angle or depth.