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http://www.MinnesotaMuskie.com I love fishing for Muskie. The problem is, I'm not that successful. Regardless, it is a blast. I am determined to catch a trophy. If you purchase a home with me, …

http://www.MinnesotaMuskie.com I love fishing for Muskie. The problem is, I'm not that successful. Regardless, it is a blast. I am determined to catch a trophy. If you purchase a home with me, I'll buy you a few Muskie lures as your house warming gift.

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  • 1. Muskie Fishing
    It all starts with asking—How can I help?
    Presented by:
    John Mazzara
    612-386-7027
    john@johnmazzara.com
  • 2. Muskie is abbreviated from the real name of the fish which is Muskellunge.
    The name Muskellunge originally came from the Ojibwa word “maashkinoozhe” that means “ugly pike”, and in French from “masque allongé” meaning “elongated mask”.
    What are Muskies?
  • 3. Muskellunges are breed of big North American pikes.
    They have a large family with only one genus, which is Esox and are found with the Northern Pike.
    Their binomial name is Esox masquinongy.
    What are Muskies?
  • 4. Where do you find Muskies?
    Muskies can be found at lakes and large rivers along North America and Canada.
    Muskies prefer warm lakes and slow rivers to lurk in weed edges, rocks and other places they can rest in.
    Muskies also lurk in two ranges in the summer, such as the shallow range and the deep range waters where it moves in search of food and good water conditions
  • 5. Fishing for Muskies
    When fishing for Muskies, one thing you should know is they are ambush predators.
    They prey on anything that can fit in their mouths. And since they are a family of large fish, they can grow to up to 7 feet long and can weigh about 60 pounds.
    They can eat anything that is about 30% their own size which is why their diet usually consists of small birds, snakes, frogs, mice and other small mammals.
  • 6. Fishing for Muskies
    There are three recognized subspecies of Muskellunge by zoologists. These are:
    The Great Lakes muskellunge which is a spotted Muskie found in the Great Lakes Basin
    The Chautauqua muskellunge which is known from the Ohio River System
    The clear or barred muskellunge usually found in the inland lakes of Minnesota, Wisconsin, northwestern Ontario and southeastern Manitoba
  • 7. The Sport of Muskie Fishing
    Anglers and fishing enthusiasts are grabbed addictively to Muskie Fishing in such a way that they can spend hours and hours fishing for them.
    The thrill and satisfaction comes when finding and fooling this apex predator after so much anticipation and seeing this big thing caught in your line.
  • 8. The Sport of Muskie Fishing
    There a lot of organizations and websites dedicated to this type of fishing.
    These organizations like, Musky America, Muskies Inc. and Musky Connection are just some of the organizations dedicated to Muskie Fishing enthusiasts around the country.
  • 9. Want a fishing lifestyle? Begin your home search now!
    For further information on Muskie Fishing and real estate information:
    John MazzaraRE/MAXAssociates Plus7300 France Ave SSuite 410Edina, MN 55435952-929-2577john@johnmazzara.comhttp://www.MinneapolisStPaulHomes.com