In early summer, bright skies and unstable weather can scatter muskies, making trolling the most effective approach. On this classic trip, Jim Saric and his daughters Callie and Sophia troll breaklines and open water in search of suspended muskies.

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A 10-degree drop in water temperatures and freeze warnings at night put this trophy musky trip in serious jeopardy.   When presented with the challenge, Jim Saric and Musky Guru Bob Turgeon analyzed the elements and focused on fishing thicker weed cover and shallow rocky areas where the muskies maximize solar heat.

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Ontario, Canada is known for it’s many large and popular musky waters, however there are many hidden gems adjacent to these famous waters that are overlooked musky hot spots. First, Jim Saric, Musky Hunter Magazine Editor Steve Heiting, and musky hunter Kevin Schmidt tackle the Indian Chain of Lakes in Northwest Ontario. Then, Jim and Musky Hunter John Cowan fish Stoco Lake in Eastern Ontario. Finally, Jim and John Cowan venture to Lake Nosbonsing north of Toronto.

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In summer, locating muskies is not just about fishing cover, but often searching beyond the edge. Jim Saric, and Pro Guides Chris Taurisano and Andy Schiera discuss different approaches and techniques for catching open water muskies on pressured waters.

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As musky hunters, we are all in search of that magic lure that muskies can’t resist. Unfortunately, even with a hot bait, you need to understand how and when to use it to trigger strikes. Jim Saric and Musky Guru Bob Turgeon discuss methods for triggering strikes and converting following muskies into biters.

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Eastern Ontario Canada is known for big waters that hold giant muskies. This episode turns back the clock and features the Beasts of Eastern Ontario. First, Jim Saric and Pro Guide John Anderson explore the famed Ottawa River. Then, Jim, and musky hunters John Cowan and Pete Hoffmann get into a frenzy of musky activity on the Kawartha Lakes. Finally, Jim and Pro Guides Danny Colomby and Shawn Degagne tackle giant Lake Nipissing.

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In fall, as water temperatures drop, summer home ranges disappear and muskies roam the breaklines. Jim Saric and Musky Hunter John Mich fish a variety of waters trolling crankbaits and casting jerkbaits while trailing live bait on the quest for a late fall giant.

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Green Bay, Wisconsin, is home to the largest muskies in the heart of musky country. It’s a classic case of big water and big muskies. Jim Saric and Pro Guide Bret Alexander troll a huge flat in search of muskies cruising the edge and roaming the weeds.

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During the transition from spring to summer the muskies can be located both in cover and suspended in open water. Add an intense heat wave and fishing early mornings, staying versatile, and keeping an open mind are keys to a successful game plan. Jim Saric, and Pro Guides Chris Taurisano and Andy Schiera cover the musky gamut to contact muskies.

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The Musky Hunter has traveled to many great destinations throughout Ontario, Canada. This episode features the Best of Western Ontario. First, Jim Saric and musky hunters John Mich and Scott Kolpin explore Cedar Lake. Then, Jim, lodge owner Scott Jeager, and Shane Spencer fish famed Eagle Lake. Finally, Jim and legendary guide Bill Sandy dissect Lake of the Woods.

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In early summer, bright skies and unstable weather can scatter muskies, making trolling the most effective approach. On this classic trip, Jim Saric and his daughters Callie and Sophia troll breaklines and open water in search of suspended muskies.

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Lake St. Clair may be a musky factory, but with ever-changing conditions, water color and musky location can change daily. Jim Saric, Pro Guide Mike Hulbert, and Chaos Tackle Owner Rick Albers took advantage of early morning bites, current areas and open water to tackle Great Lakes muskies.

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A 10-degree drop in water temperatures and freeze warnings at night put this trophy musky trip in serious jeopardy.   When presented with the challenge, Jim Saric and Musky Guru Bob Turgeon analyzed the elements and focused on fishing thicker weed cover and shallow rocky areas where the muskies maximize solar heat.

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