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Category Archives: Musky Matters

Musky School Students Succeed Despite Unstable Weather

Rain, strong winds and sunny, flat conditions all occurred within a 48-hour period, but that didn’t stop the students attending the University of Esox Summer Musky Tactics School from finding and catching muskies. Eight muskies were boated by students and staff during the school, which was held June 9-11 at St. Germain Lodge and the… Continue Reading

Grant & Thomas Win PMTT Vitaminerals Spring Shootout

With summer-like air and water temperatures and post-spawn conditions, 110 teams traveled to Morehead, Kentucky, to fish the Professional Musky Tournament Trail’s Vitaminerals Spring Shootout on Cave Run Lake April 29-30.  Longtime local musky guides Tony Grant of Frenchburg and Gregg Thomas of Morehead caught two muskies to hold on to first place by two… Continue Reading

Wisconsin Musky Regulations Supported In Spring Hearings

New rules that would increase musky size limits as well as modify trolling regulations were strongly supported during Wisconsin’s Spring Conservation Rules Hearings Monday, April 10. The “spring hearings,” as they’re known, are held in every county of the state and are used to gauge sportsmen’s interest in new laws. The state Department of Natural… Continue Reading

Riebe & Snyder Win PMTT Ranger Boats World Championship

Chris Riebe and Matt Snyder were crowned 2016 PMTT Champions following the Ranger Boats World Championship held October 22-23 on Lake Miltona in west central Minnesota. The 35 qualifying teams had their fishing skills tested during the event’s two not-so-ideal weather days. The water temperature was 53 degrees after fall turnover, and Saturday’s weather was calm,… Continue Reading

Purple Heart Recipients Fish Muskies In Eagle River

Wounded Warriors In Action is an organization that provides vets who have suffered combat injuries in defense of our country various opportunities to hunt, fish and enjoy the outdoors as a means of therapy and fellowship. In this process, wounded vets from all branches of the service join forces for a common goal. In September,… Continue Reading