Musky Fishing Heats Up – Fulton Sun, MO
Brandon Butler wrote an article for the Fulton Sun with regards to the increase of awareness of the Musky as the temperatures begin to cool.
Driftwood Outdoors: Musky fishing heats up as temperatures cool down
Musky are the apex predator of freshwater fishing. These toothy creatures, which reach lengths of 60 inches and can top out scales at more than 60 pounds, are not easy to catch, but tangle with one and you’ll know it was worth the effort. While more prevalent in the northern Midwest states, like Wisconsin and Minnesota, musky are caught in lakes and rivers in Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. Fall is one of the best times to catch them as they prepare for winter.
Full Article available HERE!
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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