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Musky Hunter's April/May 2015 issue is packed with cutting-edge articles to get you primed for the opening months of the 2015 musky fishing season. Included is a 3-article special section on fishing rivers for muskies, as well as the first of a 3-part series on improving your musky fishing skills. Feature articles in this issue include: • "Up Your Musky Game," by Joe Bucher — The first of a 3-part series on how to improve your personal musky "game." In part 1, Joe discusses boat control. • "Thou Shalt Not" by Marty Forman — One of the axioms of musky fishing is to not leave fish to find fish. We asked a number of seasoned musky hunters for their opinions on the subject. • "Extra Effort," by Pete Anderson — The rivers of the Southeast are loaded with early season musky fishing opportunities. • "A Complex Matter" by Ace Sommerfeld — Rivers hold a series of complexes. Big muskies know all about them, and you should, too. • "Virginia's Musky Turnpike" by Britt Stoudenmire — Musky populations are booming in Virginia, a place where the season never closes.. • "Scratch The Itch," by Joel DeBoer — A northerner’s guide to traveling south for an early season musky trip. • "3 Ways To Get An Edge," by Tony Grant — Find edges and you’re sure to find muskies all season long. • Research Corner: "Just Right," by Jordan Weeks — Researchers discover that muskies really do have a preferred water temperature range. Add in musky news — including the stories of a number of big muskies, Jim Saric's editorial, Joe Bucher's Moon Secrets for April and May, Bob Turgeon's Tech Tips, the latest in musky gear, and Trophy Tails, and this is a can't-miss issue for musky hunters.

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