January 6, 2018: Tamarack Muskies

Lake of the Woods in Ontario, Canada, is known as musky central, and the Morson area is in the heart of some of the best musky fishing on LOW. Tamarack Island Wilderness Lodge, located 9 miles west of Morson, is an area surrounded by both large and small islands loaded with muskies. Jim Saric, Musky Hunter Field Editor Bob Turgeon and Pro Guide Ryan McMahon reveal the secrets to fishing this section of LOW.

January 13, 2018: Bear Creek Bruisers  

Lake Nipissing, in Ontario Canada, is known throughout the musky range as premier trophy water and Bear Creek Cottages in South Bay is located in the land of the giants. Jim Saric, Pro Guide Dan Colomby and Lodge Owner Shawn Degagne cast and troll South Bay in search of monster muskies.

January 20, 2018: Summer on St. Clair

Lake St. Clair is big water with giant muskies. However, with baitfish constantly on the move and water color changing due to wind and storms, locating muskies can be difficult. Jim Saric, Pro Guide Spencer Berman and Brad Ruh, inventor of the Bulldawg, cast Pounders in a variety of conditions in pursuit of trophy muskies.

January 27, 2018: Windy Ways

No matter where you chase muskies, you will most likely encounter a period of big wind during the season. This often requires changing your game plan and fishing secondary spots, as well as making mental adjustments to make the most of your trip. Jim Saric and Trophy Hunter Tom Sullivan outline strategies for dealing with windy conditions to salvage your trip.

February 3, 2018: Northwoods Knowledge

Casting artificial lures and trailing live bait is a tradition in the fall throughout the Wisconsin Northwoods. Yet everywhere across the musky range, fall conditions can be extreme as the musky season rapidly comes to an end. First, Jim Saric and Musky Hunters John Mich and Scott Kolpin fish dark water in unseasonably warm fall conditions. Then, Jim, Pro Guide Rob Manthei and John Mich tackle a clear water lake in blizzard conditions.

February 10, 2018: Keystone Muskies

Cedar Lake in Perrault Falls, Ontario, Canada, is a popular summer musky destination and Keystone Lodge, located on the eastern end of the lake, allows easy access to the variety of musky hot spots. Jim Saric and Musky Hunter field editor Bob Turgeon present a game-plan for summer muskies on Cedar and demonstrate how to dial in the pattern for the day.

February 17, 2018: Southern Solutions

Southern reservoirs offer a great opportunity to jump-start your season. With shad roaming these reservoirs, maximizing your results requires a willingness to implement both casting and trolling techniques. First, Jim Saric and Musky Hunters Charlie Buhler and John Mich cast a reservoir. Then, Jim and Pro Guides Gregg Thomas and Tony Grant utilize trolling techniques on Cave Run Lake in Kentucky

February 24, 2018: Big Moose Muskies

Lake Nosbonsing, located southeast of North Bay in Ontario, Canada, is often overlooked, but is known for producing trophy muskies. It offers a wide-variety of both weed and rock spots, and Big Moose Camp is the gateway to this fabulous lake. In this episode, Jim Saric and John Cowan outline strategies for fishing Lake Nosbonsing. Then, Jim and Musky Hunter John Muszynski troll for early season muskies on a metro water.

March 3, 2018: Suckers Rule

In late fall as water temperatures drop, muskies roam edges in search of food. Jim Saric and Pro Guide Ryan McMahon demonstrate how suckers rule when trolling live bait along weed edges in search of muskies cruising that edge.

March 10, 2018: Mad City Muskies

Madison, Wisconsin is home to some of the best metro-musky fishing anywhere across the musky range. First, Jim Saric and pro guide Jeff Hanson fish the mad-city outlining an approach for late spring. Then, Jim and Trophy Hunter Tom Sullivan discuss when to fish big, bold baits in early season.

March 17, 2018: Incoming

Some of the best musky fishing occurs with an impending storm. To make the most of these conditions, you often need to work as a team to determine the hot baits and fish fast covering water to maximize the number of bites you can get throughout the day. Jim Saric and Musky Hunter Field Editor Bob Turgeon discuss strategies for making the most of the situation when the bite is on.

March 24, 2018: TBA

March 31, 2018: TBA