Musky, short for muskellunge, have been called the fish of 10,000 casts and are one of the most challenging, yet rewarding, fish to catch on a fly. Musky have a large range--from northern Michigan, northern Wisconsin, and northern Minnesota through the Great Lakes region, north into Canada, throughout most of the St. Lawrence River drainage and northward throughout the upper Mississippi valley, extending as far south as Chattanooga in the Tennessee River valley.
This much-anticipated book is the most complete guide to fly fishing for musky to date and includes fly patterns, wisdom, and local techniques from top guides around the country: Blane Chocklett (Virginia); Brad Bohen (Wisconsin); Chris Willen (Tennessee), and more.
Globe Pequot / Stackpole Books
Pages: 200 • Trim: 8 3/4 x 11 1/4
978-0-8117-1357-3 • Hardback • February 2017