Hunting Musky with a Fly by Rick Kustich is the most complete fly fishing guide for musky to date.
Musky have been called the fish of 10,000 casts and are one of the most challenging, yet rewarding, fish to catch on a fly. The apex predator in it's world, a mature musky can be viciously aggressive or passively aloof. The combination of the musky's potential size, unpredictability, and mystique has drawn the attention of anglers for many decades. The odds are stacked against the fly angler: There are a limited number of musky in any fishery; they prefer larger meals, reducing the number of feeding occurances per day; and the fly needs to be presented in a precise place at a time when an aggressive fish is ready to eat. This book gives advice about the right equipment, rigging, and flies, as well as the mental and physical preparation needed to hunt musky with a fly.
* Includes fly patterns, wisdom, and local techniques from top guides around the country, including Blane Chocklett (Virginia), Brad Bohen (Wisconsin), Eric Grajewski (Michigan), and more.
* Detailed explanations of the role of water temperature, moon phases, and other key elements that influence musky behavior
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Rick Kustich: Hunting Musky with a Fly