Muskellunge · Kevin Bluhm / Kevin Bluhm
℗ 634623 Records DK
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Muskellunge closely resemble other esocids such as the northern pike and American pickerel in both appearance and behavior. Like the northern pike and .
This muskie attacked a hooked smallmouth and would not let go!
St. Croix MOJO BASS rod And a Abu Garcia REVO STX REEL pushed to the limits by a 50” inch Muskie.
Chatterfish performing Western Muskellunge-a-bot, a modified/combined version of Western Monkey, Muskellunge and Robot. This incarnation was never recorded in studio. The last song of the band’s last show. The Why’re, New Cumberland, PA, circa 2003. Chatterfish, Disengaged and Sun Sensitive.
This is THE largest Tiger Musky EVER captured on film and released. The fish had a length of 52″ and was caught by WDH Guide Service ( customer Matthew Witt of Chicago, IL and Capt. Jeff Van Remortel on August 2, 2014 in Vilas County, Wisconsin. This fish made an appearance in Musky Hunter Magazine October/November issue 2014, Musky Hunter Online and was featured in a write up on Field & Stream Online, among other publications. The Modern Day World record at the time of this video’s release was a 52.5″ from Idaho. Please visit us at or on facebook “WDH Guide Service” for more info on this fish and much more! A replica of this fish will be on display in the Lax Taxidermy booth during the 2015 Musky Show season.