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Dead Fish Swimming !!!

Surely, Muskie are not people…but they are still animals with the same basic body functions that we have. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist or peer review to noodle the conclusion that the puncturing of an animal’s throat or stomach with a sharp pointed object cannot be a blessing for the animal...More

QuickStrike Rigs - Good For Musky

The catch and release concept has made a real improvement in our Musky fisheries over the past few decades, and the technology in quickstrike (QS) rigging live-bait is totally compatible with this line of thinking. Quickstrike rigs allow for an immediate hook set...More

Gut Hooked And Dead

It was reported that a 52-inch musky weighing more than 40 pounds was found washed up dead on an island on the northeast end of the Chippewa Flowage on June I by three anglers from Illinois...certainly a disheartening site for someone who has traveled all that way to fish the Chippewa Flowage. A swallow-hook rig was found coming out of its mouth...More

A Formula For Success

Most Musky anglers are obsessed with getting that "edge" that will translate into their "personal best" Musky. To that end, we consume as much information as we can about the Musky habitat, Musky ecology, Musky lures, Musky tactics as well as the rods, reels and electronics. We consume so much information...More

Where Is Muskies, Inc...What Has Muskies, Inc. Done For Muskie Lately?

As Muskie anglers, we owe a lot to the past practices of Muskies, Inc. Thanks to the efforts of Gil Hamm in 1966 and the original group of thirteen avid Muskie Fisherman, by 1969 the concept of “Catch & Release” and concentrated continual improvement of the Muskie Resource through rearing and stocking efforts, and sound conservation practices, brought Muskie angling into national focus.

It is doubtful that Magazines like Musky Hunter, established in 1989, would have come into existence without them...More

Making Sure Your Drag Works

Probably the most important tool of Musky fishing is your reel and the most important function of your reel is the drag system. When you are in the heat of a confrontation with a Musky, you must be able to “play” the fish. That means that you must be able to give it line to prevent straightening a hook and keep pressure on the Musky to prevent it from throwing a hook. Your reel’s drag system is an indispensible element to successfully boating a Musky...More