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Muskie Fishing Secrets

Fighting a giant muskie is one of the biggest adrenaline rushes an angler could have. (Photo courtesy of In-Fisherman.com)
Fighting a giant muskie is one of the biggest adrenaline rushes an angler could have. (Photo courtesy of In-Fisherman.com)

Knowing these muskie secrets will increase your chances of success on the water

Few freshwater experiences rival the adrenaline rush you get when a monster muskie shadows your lure to the boat. But this addictive surge of epinephrine can make it hard to focus on the best course of action to convert follows into strikes and, more importantly, get the fish in the boat.

Even if you manage to keep your cool, turning lookers into biters is not easy, especially on heavily pressured waters where jaded dragons have seen every move in the book. Whether you enjoy muskie fishing on a few select trips each season or flog the water 100 times a year, a handful of tricks can help you maintain composure and execute the right sleight of hand to fool more fish into eating the lure.

Few anglers know the drill like diehard muskie stalkers Spencer Berman, Pete Maina, and Jeff Andersen. Veteran guides and experts with thousands of fish to their credit, they offer muskie fishing secrets on how to maximize your chance of success at the moment of truth.

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