| 

Musky Hunter November Newsletter

Category: News Release

 4 weeks ago by Keith Worrall 

Modified 4 weeks ago at 4 weeks ago

Winter Overtakes The Northern Musky Range

December-like temperatures in November have iced-over musky lakes throughout the northern range with the exception of only the largest waters. Of course, for anglers willing to travel to stay on the hot bite, there’s always the option of fishing a southern water.

If you’re already looking ahead to the 2020 season, in this newsletter we have the 2020 musky show schedule, winter seminars, whether you should get your reels serviced, and what to expect in the December 2019/January 2020 issue of Musky Hunter magazine.

Musky Shows, Seminars Planned

Promoters are working on seven different musky-focused shows for 2020.

The first of the year will be the Ohio Musky Show, to be held January 10-12 at the Makoy Center in Hilliard, Ohio. For more information, visit ohiomuskyshow.com.

The following weekend, January 17-19, Muskie Expo Chicago will be held at Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, Illinois. Visit muskieexpo.com.

Muskie Expo Milwaukee will be held February 14-16 at the Washington County Fair Park near West Bend, Wisconsin. Visit muskieexpo.com.

The following Friday and Saturday, February 21-22, Southern Musky Fest will be held at the Morehead Conference Center in Morehead, Kentucky. Visit southernmuskyfest.com.

March 7-8 are the dates for Muskie Max Plus at the Printscape Arena in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Visit muskiemax.com

The Minnesota Muskie Expo will have later dates of March 27-29 and will again be held at the Gangelhoff Center of Concordia University in St. Paul. Visit mnmuskieexpo.com.

Finally, dates for the Wisconsin Musky Expo at the Central Wisconsin Convention & Expo Center in Rothschild, Wisconsin, had yet to be announced at presstime for this newsletter. Watch wimuskyexpo.com for updates.

Musky Road Rules has announced its 2020 Winter Workshop and Cabin Fever Clinic schedule.

The first Road Rules event of the year will be in Chicago January 25 with speakers Gregg Thomas, John Bette and Jeremy Burris.

Wausau’s seminar will be January 26 with speakers Gregg Thomas, Steve Heiting and Kevin Pischke.

The Cave Run Clinic is February 1 at Mountain Muskie Lodge with speakers Gregg Thomas and Tim Barker.

Eastern Pennsylvania seminar is February 8 with speakers Gregg Thomas, Ken Trail and Vance Kaloz.

The Pittsburgh seminar is set for February 9 with speakers Gregg Thomas, Todd Young and Brian Clark.

Road Rules will visit Clendenin, West Virginia, on February 29 with speakers Gregg Thomas, Tony Grant and Ken Trail.

The final seminar will be in Wilmington, Ohio, on March 1 with speakers Gregg Thomas and Kyle Jones.

For more information on Musky Road Rules events, visit muskyroadrules.com

Get Your Reels Serviced Now
Getting your reels ready for the upcoming season is as important as maintaining your boat or truck. A person who fishes a week or two a year could skip service every other year, but the average fisherperson should consider service every year.

The best time to service your reels is when you shut your boat down at the end of the season. For more information, visit matsreelrepair.com

Coming In Musky Hunter’s December/January Issue
Everything you need to get ready for the 2020 season is in Musky Hunter’s December 2019/January 2020 issue.

Feature articles include the year in review, in which noted guides reveal how they succeeded in 2019. If you’re faced with similar conditions in 2020, take advantage of their knowledge.

A special Destinations section will help you plan your musky trips for the new year.

Meet Legendary Guide Russ Smith in the Angler Spotlight.

In addition, if you’re interested in a terrific custom rod, new electronics, or the history behind Thorne Bros., learn all about the famous Twin Cities shop in Industry Profile.

To subscribe, visit muskyhunter.com

 

More like this