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Last month we teamed up with Sasquatch Lure Co. to give away one of their Double Tinsel Double 10 musky lures in a custom black & limetreuse color with matching leopard-frog patterned blades – a variation made exclusively for the MuskyChasers Market. Now it's time to reveal the winner!
There are two times of the year when fish seem to go deep. It’s no surprise that February and August drive fish down deep as these months generally represent the two most extreme temperature ranges of the year.
If you’re an avid ice fisherman you’ll remember moving ‘out’ to the 40+ foot flats during the dead of a deep freeze in late January and February. Well, guess what? The heat waves of July and August…
When water levels are low, fishing can be tougher than usual and boating becomes more hazardous. But what does it mean to an angler when the opposite is true: when water levels are well above normal?
For starters we now have acres of newly created shallow spring fish habitat! Where last year’s spawning pike and pickerel were left high and dry…
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