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The 2016 musky fishing season is fast approaching and Musky Hunter's February/March issue is loaded with articles to get you off to a fast start. Feature articles in this issue include: • "Maximize Your Day" by Jim Saric — Musky Hunter's Editor and TV show host relies on these tips to make the most of his time on the water. Use Jim's knowledge in your own musky hunts. • "Pickpocket Muskies: Lakes" by Steve Heiting — Musky Hunter's Managing Editor outlines strategy for fishing small spots for big muskies. • "Pickpocket Muskies: Rivers" by Ace Sommerfeld — River current scours out deeper water downstream of obstructions. Here's how to find and fish them. • "Early Season Guide To Southern Muskies" by Tony Grant — Use Tony's expertise to extend your musky season with an early trip to the South. • "3 Tactics For Current" by Britt Stoudenmire — Once you understand current, the questions of fish location, lure choice and boat positioning become easy. • "New Twists For Old Presentations" by Ryan McMahon — The slight tweaks discussed by this Minnesota metro guide may be all that's needed to solve the riddle of pressured waters. • "Big Or Small" by Mike Hulbert — Lessons learned while fishing for muskies on giant waters can be applied to small, and vice versa. • "The Matter Of Hooks" by Bob Turgeon — Keeping muskies pinned is the name of the game, and often the problem of why muskies are lost comes down to the hooks on your lures. • "Research Corner: To Clip Or Not To Clip" by Jordan Weeks — Fin clips are used to assess fisheries and stocking success. Add in musky news, Jim Saric's editorial, Joe Bucher's Moon Secrets for February and March, Bob Turgeon's Tech Tips, PMTT results, new musky gear, and Trophy Tails (readers' photos), and this is another can't-miss issue.

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