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More than 45 million Americans six years of age and older enjoy fishing every year. An average angler spends $1,261 every year on the sport. 34.1 million Americans ages 16+ spent an average of 17 days fishing.

Three-fourths of the earth’s surface is water, and one-fourth is land. It is quite clear that the good Lord intended us to spend triple of our time fishing as taking care of the lawn.

Back in the day (1965), when learning that they had stocked Lake Michigan with salmon and trout, I thought how fantastic it would be to catch large game fish close to my home.

One day I drove to the west shore of the big pond to give fishing from shore a try. It didn't take long, I caught my 1st Coho and several after that.  As the old story goes, the rest is history! Over the years I have owned several boats and have caught hundreds of salmon and trout trolling Lake Michigan. In addition, I made many trips to Wisconsin, Minnesota and Canada fishing for a trophy Musky.

Between the years of 1967 & 1985, I contracted the dread affliction called ‘MUSKY FEVER!” During that period of time, I felt compelled to hunt for and capture a trophy sized Musky! You will read that the cause for this fever is quite catchy. If you are among the many that has the “FEVER”, and although there is no real cure, the Musky articles I have written may help to bring down your temperature , or just maybe help you to land your first trophy Musky. You will find many articles about what I have learned over the years, combined with various sources I have compiled over a long period of time.

The Unpredictable Musky

The biggest thing I have learned over my past sixty years fishing for Musky is that they are the…

HOME OF MY WHOPPER…..

Here is a true story I wrote a few years back: Sabaskong Bay…..Home of my whopper! Lake of the…

The Unpredictable Musky

The biggest thing I have learned over my past sixty years fishing for Musky is that they are the…

HOME OF MY WHOPPER…..

Here is a true story I wrote a few years back: Sabaskong Bay…..Home of my whopper! Lake of the…

The Unpredictable Musky

The biggest thing I have learned over my past sixty years fishing for Musky is that they are the most unpredictable game fish swimming on planet Earth! Just when I thought  I had them figured out and using the right setups is when something happened that made me sick to my oversized belly! It happened Up in Lake of the Woods Minn. about 20 years ago.  I was working a Bobbie Bait….A trophy sized musky jumped next…

HOME OF MY WHOPPER…..

Here is a true story I wrote a few years back: Sabaskong Bay…..Home of my whopper! Lake of the Woods Canada is a tremendous body of water, covering roughly 951,300 acres. There are over 14,000 islands scattered about the lake and about 52,000 miles of shoreline to cast and troll. King Island is located on Sabaskong Bay, on the east side of Lake of the Woods. Sabaskong Bay offers a safe haven, with many bays and hundreds…

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Passive Income Websites: Make money online and earn big affiliate commissions by promoting your own ready website Fishing is one of the most popular topics online and also one of the most lucrative market.This beautiful ready made WordPress blog will help you start a new site of your own in practically just five . All you have to do is change the Ids and links, upload, bring targeted traffic, and start making money!. Using ready made blogs…

Fresh Caught Fish Cooking Preparation

To maintain the delicate flavor of a newly caught freshwater or saltwater fish, this must be handled properly to avoid spoilage. Not to mention preserving the fish with pleasing odor. There are ways to properly prepare and maintain the quality just after the catch of the fish into a sumptuous fishmeal. Check out the tips below: 1) As soon as the fish lands avoid any contact with hard surfaces to prevent bruising. It should be washed immediately…