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I have been a runner for as long as I can remember, and by runner I don’t mean that I wake up early every morning to jog 2 miles.  What I mean is that any chance I get to get away and go exploring, I take it.  My parents were far from neglectful, and kept […]

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I am writing this article in response to the weather patterns that occurred during the 2007 and 2008 musky seasons.  Granted, I am only 29 years old and have completed only 17 seasons of musky fishing, but those two years brought weather conditions like I had never seen before.  There are many theories that attempt […]

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In the last decade, the world of musky fishing has entered into a veritable age of reason.  Musky fishing philosophy has become highly scientific, logical, and pragmatic; however many of us are still caught up on secrets, most of which don’t exist in my opinion.  For years, books containing information about fishing often contained the […]

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When deciding on a body of water to fish it is important to take into account the real time productivity of the water and not just the amount of fish it is putting out.  Often, the amount of muskies a lake or river puts out is highly dependant on the amount of angler effort on […]

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In MN, some of the musky lakes that produced big fish action at an above average rate a few years ago have slowed down considerably.  I have heard several theories as to why this is, but I think it has more to do with angling pressure than anything else.  The popularity of MN musky lakes […]

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