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By Adam M. Glickman Since 2009, many of those who fish muskies on the Lower St. Louis River Estuary (LSLRE) have noticed a steady and dramatic decrease in muskie catches, follows, and sightings.  These people include some of the most successful anglers on the river.  A fishery that from 2002-2010 would have been described by […]

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By Adam M. Glickman I grew up in northernmost WI in Ashland on the shores of Lake Superior’s Chequamegon Bay. My father and I fished heavily on lakes, streams, and rivers. Today, I continue to fish all types of water in the upper Midwest. I am a firm believer that the more types of water […]

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A Few years back while fishing, a friend of mine, Cory Allen, brought up a topic that I have thought a lot about ever since. Cory was and is still a dedicated student of the teachings of legendary and revolutionary angler Buck Perry. Perry pioneered the concept of fishing off shore and often deep structural […]

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Often, I have wondered just how forage specific muskies actually get. Muskies, like any predator, are certainly opportunistic, but it would be foolish for the angler looking to maximize results not to attempt to tune in to specific forage tendencies that arise throughout the year.

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Summer continues to be the time that the most muskies are caught.  However, that is only because summer is the time that the most angler effort hours are put in chasing after muskies.  I think that for many outdoorsmen summer musky fishing is a way to pass the time when waiting for fall hunting seasons […]

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