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Aug 27, 2019

The South's Premier Musky Fishing Guide

Bookings have begun for the winter/spring musky season. Late December-mid May is now open to reservations. Every month that musky season is either closed or the water itself a sheet of ice, I put trophy class 50" muskies in my boat and in the hands of guests for years. I employ one of the most versatile and varied array of tactics known to musky angling, from conventional bait casting, trolling, spinning rod finesse tactics, and even live bait when the situation demands it.


All Trips are Daylight-to-Dark and run $425 for 1-2 people with a 3rd party option for an additional $75


Also, because for true trophy hunting, I encourage multiple days, I offer a 3-day package for $1100 dollars for 1-2 people, daylight-to-dark, with an additional third party being an additional $200.


The closer we get to the end of musky season up north the busier my limited calendar will get, so if you're wanting consecutive days or prime moon phase period (yes, even I must admit in spring, it can be a definitive aid in making larger fish susceptible), best to throw your hat into the ring now.


Dates can be held with a $100 deposit for each day booked.


Call at: 931-261-2483 or email at {itsmuskie@gmail.com}


Or just sliiiiide into those DM's via https://www.facebook.com/ITSMuskieFishing


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