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 The progression of spring has been very slow this year. Winter left early, but since then continual cold fronts have stalled out any real warming water trends. As early as the 2nd week of April, we were catching crappies out of 64 F water in lakes in southern MN. Yet, on […]
By Adam M. Glickman I think that fishermen (whether they realize it or not) usually succeed or fail based on water temperature. I am forthcoming with this thought, and have made it known as often a I could.
By Adam M. Glickman On April 10th I voted at the Wisconsin Spring Hearing on many fishing related questions. In regard to my interests, the most important question of the vote was number 39, which concerned implementing an annual musky tag which would require a tag to harvest a musky and limit the harvest to […]