Musky Shop Blog
Southern Musky Fishing | Cold Water Musky Tactics
As temperatures continue to cool during January and February Southern muskies make moves towards deeper structure and cover.
Musky Shop Northwoods Fishing Report: Early December
The open water fishing season has come to an end in Northern Wisconsin.
Musky Shop Lake of the Month: Mildred Lake
Talk about a lake that welcomes you with pristine, quiet, and relaxing vibes, look no further than Mildred Lake.
The PMTT Sonar Saga: What is Pro-level?
For professional anglers that use sonar daily to keep clients coming and boating fish against the odds, isn’t unfair, it’s modernization.
Musky Shop Lake of the Month: Papoose Lake
Papoose Lake is a 422-acre lake with a max depth of 65 feet
Why Do Muskies Gulp Air?
Why Do Muskies Gulp Air?
Northwoods Fishing Report: Late July
All of us at the Musky Shop have still been catching muskies and other species but it has been a much tougher bite the last few days.
Northwoods Fising Report: Late June
Summer in the Northwoods of Wisconsin is off to a fantastic start.
Three Keys to Early Season Musky Fishing
Early season musky fishing is something that all us, who are musky nuts, can’t wait to start doing, yet few us are truly successful at catching fish during this period of time.
Moonlit Musky Nights
I fish a heavily trafficked area with pleasure boaters and other anglers so it can often be advantageous and simply more enjoyable to fish at night
Musky Shop NorthWood's Lake of the Month: Ike Walton Lake
This month, representing the finest the Northwood's has to offer for scenic beauty is Ike Walton Lake, sitting slightly North East of Lac de Flambeau.
Northwoods Fishing Report: Early May
The gamefish season officially opened a few days ago and the season started off with pretty good reports.
Tips for Finding your Target: Big Toothy Muskies
Since you're fresh out of the gate this Saturday, it's important to take note of a few factors when seeking out the first musky of the season.
Musky Shop Northwoods Lake of the Month: Sevenmile Lake
Sevenmile Lake lies in both Oneida and Forest County’s and is surrounded by land owned by the US Forrest Service.
Musky Season Opener Boat Prep w/ Al Frost
Take the time to look over your boat for season opener with this quick list from Al Frost.
Lake of the Woods Muskie Trends, Tactics & Threats
In the centuries since French explorers and Indian tribes roamed its rocky islands, dramatic changes have reshaped Lake of the Woods.
First Leg of PMTT Winner Announced
The first qualifying leg of the PMTT kicked off April 30th-May 1st this year on Cave Run Lake.
Season Opener Musky Fishing Favorites with the Musky Shop Guides
Musky Shop guides discusses their perfect hand-full of favorite baits for early season success.
Under My Seat: A Musky Guides' Guide to What You Need
Whether you use a butt seat while fishing or you just stand on the deck, all musky anglers keep a wide variety of tools and lures in a "quick reference" area on their boats.
Five Top Musky Destinations in Ontario
I travel all across Ontario chasing muskies, and there are lots of great musky waters. Ontario is the dream destination of all musky anglers, for one simple reason: there are lots of big muskies in shallow water.
Finding the right gear: Novice Musky Fisherman
When you dip your toe into musky fishing, there are many confusing takes that set a beginner back a mile when attempting to round up the right rod, reel, gear, and even fishing mantras.
Behind the Baits: Interview with Ben Kiscellus of SpitFire Musky Baits
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.
Northwoods Fishing Report: Early April (Spring)
Winter seems to want to stick around longer than we all want but since that is the case one might as well still take advantage of some late season ice fishing. Ice conditions in the Northwoods are in the 30" range.
Titan : Dive and Rise Musky Lure
Dive and rise lures have been a part of musky fishing from it's earliest days. Wooden sticks with little more than hooks added to them have been some of the most successful presentations of all times.