Category Archives: Musky


There are millions fishing each season in the United States. With this vast number of fisherman, there must be an awareness of how important conservation is! Here is a Sportsman Creed I found in an old book…..I guess some things never change! A sportsman will kill few fish, a much smaller number than the law…

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Nothern Pike & Musky Will Bite Anything!

Depending on the time of year and naturally weather conditions, musky and it’s cousin Northern pike will bite  most anything thrown at them…..They have been known to bite hotdogs, potatoes, lunch meat, corn, every kind of bug, minnows, worms, moving sticks, live animals (rats,mice,ducks,birds etc’) actually anything that swims in water or even thrown in…

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Fishing has become the World’s formost form of family entertainment!  It’s not only fantastic fun, but it can be a terrific way to supliment your diet with fresh fish. I have been fishing the Great Lakes in America, ever since they were stocked with salmon & trout back in 1965, and over the years i’ve…

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As a reminder it is free fishing days this weekend in Wisconsin waters. Free Fishing Weekends— June 5-6, 2021 and January 15-16, 2022 Every year, the first consecutive Saturday and Sunday in June and the third Saturday and Sunday in January, are designated as Free Fishing Weekends throughout the state of Wisconsin. Residents and nonresidents…

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Possible World Record Musky

The Minnesota DNR announced that earlier this year they landed the largest musky they’ve ever seen. It happened while biologists were electrofishing for walleye. “We were not looking for musky,” said aquaculture biologist Keith Wiggins-Kegg. “That wasn’t our objective.” Biologists could not resist getting a closer look at the stunned musky, so they brought the…

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Planer board trolling

….. The public enemy of Salmon, Trout and even Walleye! Just after ice out in late Winter, when the waters of southern Lake Michigan warm up, thousands of Salmon fisherman swarm to the ports of Indiana and Illinois to troll the shore lines for wild Coho and fighting steelhead. The use of planer boards of…

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