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That Big Fat Musky Book by Eli Singer That Big Fat Musky Book is a 50-course feast for the musky lover. This all new magnum opus decants a heavy brew of intro chapters on gigantism, conditioning, weather, musky dreams, the Great Lakes phenomenon as well as fresh fishy humor and fish references in literature, not [...]
That’s one of the nicest pictures I’ve seen of a Musky after it’s been hauled in. I don’t know who’s smiling more, Dan or The Gremlin. I think Dan is! I would be smiling to if I had just landed that beauty.
Another fantastic Musky recently and released somewhere in Northern Wisconsin. The Gremlin says this one’s close to 50″.
Looks a little cold out there to be fishing for Walleye on Mille Lacs in October. But from the looks of it, it was well worth the time and effort. Nice Walleye!
What can you say about this Musky? That’s a monster. What a beautiful fish.
Pike and muskies are both classified as cool-water fish, but there is a definite difference in the water temperature they prefer, especially among the larger members of each species. Pike more than 30 inches long favor water temperatures from 50 to 55 degrees, while muskies prefer temperatures of 67 to 72 degrees. Another big difference: [...]
Here’s Perry fishing on Rush Lake, MN. His first musky.. was fishing for bass but he got this guy..I would say nice! The Gremlin says that’s really nice!
As the late Harry Caray would say, ” Holy Cow!” Look at that 53” Muskie that Donny recently hauled in off of Mille Lacs Lake in central Minnesota. Mille Lacs is known for its’ renowned walleye fishing but look what else is lurking in those waters. Great catch Donny!