This article originally appeared in the April/May 2008 issue of Musky Hunter. To see more classic articles like this, subscribe to the Musky Hunter Digital Collection: https://simplecirc.com/subscribe/musky-hunter-collection

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This article originally appeared in the December 2017/January 2018 issue of Musky Hunter. To see more classic articles like this, subscribe to the Musky Hunter Digital Collection: https://simplecirc.com/subscribe/musky-hunter-collection By Joe Bucher, Editor Emeritus On August 21, 2017, all of North America was treated to an amazing total eclipse of the sun. Truly, one of nature’s…

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This article originally appeared in the February/March 2019 issue of Musky Hunter. By Vance Kaloz In my experience as a musky fisherman, the most important thing anglers can learn to do is to turn around. By this I mean turning back and revisiting a promising location. It may sound simple, but many people neglect it,…

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This article originally appeared in Musky Hunter’s August/September 2017 issue. By Jordan Weeks, Research Editor Stocking and genetics are two subjects that never get old, and it seems musky anglers are always looking for more information about these issues. Scientists are, too! This article outlines research performed by scientists at the Illinois Natural History Survey.…

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By Steve Heiting, Managing Editor We … check that … Kevin Schmidt had already determined the color the muskies wanted. Casting a Double Cowgirl with silver and black Livewire blades and a black holoform skirt, Kevin had so far outfished me three muskies to none for the day. We had already ruled out speed of…

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By Ken Trail My clients and I were struggling and had only moved a couple fish all day. I decide to move back to a large flat and switch to Hot Tail dive-and-rise baits. Almost immediately on the first drift, we hooked up with a nice fish, and for the next couple hours enjoyed multiple…

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