Musky Shop Blog
The small Sugar Bush Lake Chain is the answer to all your needs – right here in Vilas County.
Our winter has been about as mild as any of us here in Minocqua can remember. Last winter was really long and this winter was really mild.
While musky fishing in January and February might seem like a foreign concept to some, it is a welcomed perk of living in the south. Admittedly the winters in the muskies' southern habitat range are generally mild, some years are simply brutal.
Fishing has been good. Walleye’s have been primarily in green weeds – wood and rocks are ok.
Happy New Year Everyone
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Ice fishing has been very good with a lot of fish beging caught here in the Northwoods of Wisconsin.
It’s time again for another Lake of the Month here in Northern Wisconsin and any “to fish” list wouldn’t be complete during ice season without a line for Boom Lake in Rhinelander.
We are kind of in that in-between stage as the big lakes just froze up 4 days ago.
We have had some great reports from customers and from our guide staff of some very nice muskies.
There's nothing like catching a huge Musky in late fall and we hope many of you will find time to enjoy God's creation and catch some monster fish.
It’s time to pull muskies up from their cold-water holdouts and get them interested in your cranks, swimbaits, jerkbaits, or even a little boat-side sucker.
Star Lake in Vilas County is an interesting horseshoe-shaped lake that lies about 30 minutes northeast of Minocqua.
Fishing in Oneida and Vilas counties remains pretty strong.
An almost 2 hour video, hosted by Steven Paul, to walk you through the ins and outs of musky fishing
Gunlock Lake is only about 20 minutes Northwest of the Musky Shop so you won’t miss out on an opportunity to stock up on lures before setting off on your musky hunt.