Musky Shop Blog
The open water portion of the fishing season here in the Northwoods of Wisconsin is nearing the end.
Myself, my brother, my nephew and our good friend Marcos Longoria all got together for a weekend fishing trip.
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.
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.
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.
Weeks discovered that after muskies spawned in specific locations, they would take off, swimming all over the lake chains.
This month we take a different route to highlight a lake with a history of family friendly fun, Upper and Lower Buckatabon Lake.