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« Three Tips You Must Know Before Musky Fishing | Main | Boone and Crockett »

September 02, 2008

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Joe the Dog Lover

I never caught a musky myself but it looks awesome.

Bob (walleye lover) Alter

I've caught pike but never a muskie, what are the major differences? We've had great success catching walleye at night, can you catch musky at night? River Walleye Fishing Is Fun

Moultrie Feeders

We're talking very general terms here. If what you're talking about when you say "pike" is a northern pike, and by "muskie" you're talking their much bigger brothers the muskellunge, there is a difference in the way you catch them. Upsize the lures you're using for muskies, and yes, night is an excellent time to catch muskies.

Wally

This sounds like snook fishing here in South Florida. You have to be in the right place at the right time with the right bait. The fish are there,you know they are there, but they have lock jaw untill they are ready to eat.

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