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Some musky hunters are making their last "push" of the season for a giant fish, while others are looking back at what worked over the last season and planning for 2019. Musky Hunter's December 2018/January 2019 issue has something for everyone. Feature articles in this issue include: • "7 Tips For Surviving Late Fall" by Gregg Thomas — These ideas from Musky Hunter's new editor will keep you in the hunt longer as the weather turns cold. • "Number 1" by Joe Bucher — Joe's top tactic in 2018 was fishing with suspending minnowbaits. Here's how he did it. • "High-Tech Trolling" by Mike Olson — Trolling is all about efficiency, and you won't believe what new electronic offerings can do for you. • "Read & React" by Steve Heiting — Reading the muskies' behavior and then reacting properly was never more important than during 2018. • "Superstitions Of Musky Pros" by Spencer Berman — If you go fishing with these guys, never bring a banana. A look at what goes on inside the heads of top musky fishermen. • "Research Corner: Anglers, Biologists Working Together" by Jordan Weeks — Angler data complements Ohio studies of riverine muskies. Add in musky news, Gregg Thomas' editorial, Joe Bucher's Moon Secrets for December and January, Bob Turgeon's Tech Tips, PMTT results, and readers' photos, and this is a must-read issue for musky hunters.
Musky Hunter has been North America’s musky authority since 1989. Published bi-monthly, Musky Hunter offers articles on every aspect of North America’s premier freshwater gamefish. Musky Hunter covers muskies and musky fishing wherever they are found, from Washington to Maine and Canada to New Mexico, with articles written by the best musky fisherman alive today. Feature article topics include the latest techniques to catch muskies, lake profiles, interviews with top musky anglers, proper release techniques, musky fishing history, biology and research. Musky Hunter is packed with tackle tips, insightful editorials, reader input, musky news, hot waters and product information. Knowledge is power and Musky Hunter is the key to catching and releasing more muskies.