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With a freshening of its editorial content and a bold new look, this 30th anniversary issue of Musky Hunter is one you'll read cover to cover, and keep for future reference. Feature articles in this issue include: • "Winter Muskies, Tennessee Style" by Chris Riebe — Old Man Winter may be in control, but conditions are perfect for a Tennessee giant. • "The New 'Side' Of Musky Fishing" by Matt Seifert — Even if a musky doesn't follow, you can still find it with side imaging — and catch it later. • "Turn Around" by Vance Kaloz — Refishing a spot with muskies, or at least one that shows promise, can greatly improve your catches. • "3 Seasons On The Bay" by Doug Wegner — Green Bay offers opportunities for some of the biggest muskies anywhere from season’s open until late fall. • "Research Corner: Muskies Are From Mars" by Jordan Weeks — Muskies are unique individuals with unique experiences. In addition, Musky Hunter has added a number of focused columns to help you in your pursuit of muskies. New columns starting in this issue are: Industry Profile about Musky Mayhem Tackle, Muskies On A Budget by Mike Moschell, Angler Spotlight on Mark Lijewski, Bucher Tales by Joe Bucher, Getting Terminal by John Bette, Rigged Right by Kurt Hansen, Reel Matters, by Mat Hegy, The Flow by Scott Smith, Competitors' Corner, Ladies First by Lorie Scherf, Getting Started by Chase Gibson, Pattern of Interest: Spring fishing in the South, Region to Region, The "Wired" Leader, and "The Last Cast" by Tony Grant. In The Breakdown, a lake map of Lake St. Clair is provided by Lakemaster and features fishing tips from charter captains. Add in musky news, Gregg Thomas' editorial, Joe Bucher's Moon Secrets for February and March, PMTT results, new gear and readers' photos, and this is another can't-miss 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.