"After you have completed your second pass covering the same weed bed, it's time to move on, right?... Wrong!" Learn how to effectively over-stay your welcome and boat more fish with muskie guide, Steve Scepaniak.
Fishing legend Jim Lindner shares his secret strategy for catching monster muskies at a pace you won’t believe. The overlooked option of rivers in the fall can produce fast-paced muskie action.
It started out as a dream day for muskies, but a sudden bump in the road left these muskie fanatics hurting. How did they get out of (and into) their trouble? Read on.
Anglers like the wild and crazy, surface exploding strikes pike provide on topwaters. But you'll catch more pike just beneath the surface by sinking your topwater presentation a few inches.
Let's get right to it-your best shot at a true trophy pike these days is on remote waters, and ice-out is prime time.
Suddenly, Buck gave a surprised bark and then launched himself with a flying leap into the water! He was in hot pursuit. I stared in amazement as both dog and fish splashed at the surface, dove and then started circling the boat.
Experienced muskie anglers know that big baits catch big fish, so they commonly use lures measuring nearly a foot long.
"Follows," those times when a big predator shadows your lure without striking, are a part of life for pike and muskie hunters.
You can fish muskies with the same baitcaster you use for bass, but if you hang a trophy, you'll want something stronger and sturdier.
Bertus Rozemeijer battles esox worldwide and wins!
Sixty-seven lakes and reservoirs, in 19 states, hold specially tagged fish that could turn into cash or prizes for lucky anglers! Read on!
Over the years, though, I’ve found a solution to the tedium to big water fishing. And that’s small baits fished in small waters can produce some giant muskies.
Author Mitch Eagan offers lunker hunters tactical info and tips about where to find heavyweight late summer pike.
Pike are strong fighters, usually making several powerful runs before coming to the net. They tend to fight deep but, on occasion, a hooked pike will make a spectacular jump.