Guide Lines from Bryan Schaeffer: Northern Wisconsin
Pretty much was your typical northern Wi opener, smaller lakes producing good numbers of smaller male musky, rivers were on the slow side from having a drier spring, low currents. Water temps ranging from the mid-50s/low 60s. Weed growth was excellent.Lure selection changed from lake to lake and day to day. But smaller bucktails and glide baits brought the most action. Finding most females still in recovery. Warmer stable conditions and new moon phase we should start seeing and catching some bigger females.
New River – Southwest Virginia High Water has dominated this week, but we are normalizing. Water temps have fallen back…
This article originally appeared in the April/May 1994 issue of Musky Hunter. To see more classic articles like this, subscribe…
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