Two compelling reasons for you to make time to be out on the water right now:
Reason One – It’s go time, literally. Muskies move the most at two different times of the year; post spawn in the spring when water climbs above 15 degrees Celsius and in the fall when water sinks back below the magical 15 degree mark again. Everything above 15 tells a musky to settle into a home range. Everything below means it’s time to wander. Wandering muskies eat and hit baits.
October represents the biggest month of change in water temperature for the whole year. Weeds lay down, baitfish school up, rain and fronts change water levels and currents, and muskies react and adapt to what is there the conditions of the moment more than at any other time of the year. Fall musky movement is much less predictable and increasingly baitfish driven as the fall progresses. Follow the emerald shiners and you will find the gold and the green.
Reason Two – In a single word, beauty. Fog, longer and longer sunsets, the palette of colour, light and dark like at no other time, thousands of migratory birds everyday, soaring golden eagles, and everything looks and sounds different. All you have to do is get out there and keep your eyes and ears open.
Fall rocks. Live in it. Fish in it.
John M. Anderson
We produce BIG fish!!
be good, do good, live well
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