By Adam M. Glickman Mayfly and other insect hatches are often thought of in a very negative manner by summertime fishermen who fail to produce good results when these forage abundances occur. Common thought is that fish gorge themselves on the heavy presence of insects and become too “full” to eat any more.
By Adam M. Glickman For over 20 years now, those who utilize WI and MN waters have been exposed to the effects of aquatic invasive species, efforts to control them, and campaigns to make the public more aware of them. I would define the modern and commonly used term “invasive species” as certain species that […]
By Adam M. Glickman After a streak of very hot weather in Early June, air temperatures moderated and so did elevated water temperatures. As of 7-2-17, water temperatures were low compared to the same time in recent years prior. In many of the musky rivers I frequent, water had been holding steady at 69-70 F, […]
By Adam M. Glickman On many of our more pressured musky lakes, a common trend is that bass and walleye fishermen per capita end up taking more strikes from muskies than do those using traditional musky tactics. Of course, this begs the response that this is only because there are more bass and walleye fishermen […]
By Adam M. Glickman Most of our gamefish resources in WI and MN are maintained by natural reproduction within their own water body. However, some of our most popular individual gamefish populations are maintained by stocking hatchery produced fish into certain designated environments. Learning to identify between stocked and wild gamefish resources is important for […]