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The February/March 2015 issue of Musky Hunter is loaded with cutting-edge articles to get you ready for the 2015 musky fishing season. Feature articles in this issue include: • "Wind, Waves & Musky Location," by Joe Bucher — Muskies take full advantage of the wind’s effects when feeding. Wind also indicates where you should be fishing. • "The Eddy Factor" by Steve Heiting — A slack water, or eddy area, is almost always the spot-on-the-spot because a big musky can use the advantages of water flow for feeding, without having to fight it. • "Change Your Day," by Tom Gelb — Simple reminders go a long way when you’re desperate for musky action. • "TV Tips For Your Personal Best" by Jim Saric — Tactics the author uses to film great television can be used by any musky angler, anywhere. • "Cold Starts" by Tony Grant — When spring starts late, the conditions can be pretty miserable. However, there are ways to warm yourself with musky catches. • "You Never Know Until You Go," by Mike Hulbert — When is the best time to go musky fishing? Only the muskies can answer that question, and they won’t do it until you start fishing. • "Lure Movement: 2 Ideas For 2015," by Gregg Thomas — Vertical jigging and a trolling maneuver could trigger a giant for you in the coming season. • "Mimic," by Spencer Berman — When somebody gets a ‘hot’ hand, it’s often because of the action or speed imparted to the lure, rather than the lure itself. • Research Corner: "Tennessee Studies Musky Recruitment," by Steve Pallo — Researchers find that Tennessee's Caney Fork restoration effort is succeeding as muskies reproduce naturally. Add in musky news, Jim Saric's editorial, Joe Bucher's Moon Secrets for February and March, Bob Turgeon's Tech Tips, Trophy Tails, PMTT tournament coverage, the latest in musky gear, and a Parting Line article about two anglers' reflections on floating the Flambeau River for over 50 years, and this is another must-have issue for musky hunters.

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