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Get off to a great start to your musky fishing season with Musky Hunter's June/July 2016 issue. This issue is packed with articles for early summer to midsummer muskies. Feature articles in this issue include: • "Weather Extremes," by Joe Bucher. The host of "Fishing with Joe Bucher" goes into detail how to cope with too much wind, or no wind at all. • "3 Situational Summer Strategies," by Jim Saric. Sometime this summer you will be faced with these conditions. The host of MHTV explains how to succeed. • "7 Minnowbait Retrieve Tips," by Steve Heiting. MHM's managing editor offers twitchbait tips that will cover you from shallow water to deep, from the beginning of your cast to the end. • "Blades A to Z," by Luke Ronnestrand. A guide’s whys and wherefores of bucktails, with some modifications thrown in. • "The Casting Advantage," by Spencer Berman. Casting offers many advantages over trolling, even on giant, featureless waters. • "Summer Peak," by Mike Hulbert. With their metabolism at its highest, muskies will feed the most in summer. It’s a great time to be on the water. • "Research Corner: Musky Food Habit Review," by Steve Pallo. Information presented at the recent musky symposium provides an overview of food studies in the musky states and Canada. Add in musky news, Jim Saric's editorial, Joe Bucher's Moon Secrets for June and July, Bob Turgeon's Tech Tips, Trophy Tails and new musky gear, and this is a must-read issue for musky hunters.

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