Whether Its Your First Muskie....

Your Biggest Muskie....

Or Not Even A Muskie....

Make It A Northwoods Muskie!

 

Northwoods Muskies Winter Banquet, January 27, 2018

The Northwoods Chapter of Muskies Inc is having its 5th annual Winter Banquet on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at the Whitetail Inn in beautiful St. Germain, WI. Please come out and join us as we will be serving a wonderful chicken dinner and have local northwoods musky fishing guide, Jeff Van Remortel joining us as guest speaker.

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Northwoods Muskies Chapter News and Views, January 2014

Thursday, January 16, 2014

By Todd Berg

In like a Lion!   Winters grip is heavy, and as the ice builds and the snow gets deeper, we’re working indoors and out to put together a great year in 2014 for the communities surrounding Northwoods  Muskies. 

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Northwoods Muskies Visits Mille Lacs, Minnesota

By Mike Sasse & John Bennett, with Jason Hamernick

During the weekend of November 2-3, 2013, Northwoods Muskies Inc. President, Mike Sasse, and Secretary, John Bennett, teamed up with guide Jason Hamernick to catch this 54” x 28.5” musky from Mille Lacs Lake, Minnesota. Here is an account of this special catch, by our Chapter 61 President and Secretary.

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Northwoods Muskies Chapter News and Views, November 2013

Monday, October 21, 2013

By Todd Berg

“Action packed” is a good description for the first 6-months of Chapter 61 Northwoods Muskies. From a great kick-off event in April featuring professional angler and instructor Rob Manthei, to a terrific presentation by Tom Gelb at our May meeting, to four on-the-water fishing/dinner meetings from June to September and an all-day October fishing event, the chapter has certainly hit the ground running. 

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Northwoods Muskies Inc., SGLA Stock Walleyes

A partnership between the Shishebogama/Gunlock Lake Association and Northwoods Chapter of Muskies Inc. has resulted in more walleyes in a Northwoods lake.

The joint effort came to fruition when 3,375 walleyes ranging up to 12 inches in length were stocked in Lake Shishebogama on Friday, Oct. 11.

The water temperature was 58 degrees and the fingerlings swam off very well.

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