51.5_Inch_Recapture

51.5_Inch_Recapture

February 17, 2010  |  news, Project Noble Beast  |  No Comments

With time winding down in September and only four more fish to reach our goal of 30, I am chomping at the bit. For the past several days we’ve had fog in the mornings with clear skies by 10AM. It has also been fairly hot with little wind. Today’s forecast was high of 22C, cloudy, and a 10kmh SW wind. I got a good night’s sleep to be well rested for what surely would bring fish number’s 27, 28, 29, and 30 to the boat!

Boy was I wrong. Read More

Nighttime_Muskie_Stalking

February 13, 2010  |  news  |  No Comments

Muskie fishing can get pretty tough during the summer, but you can really increase your chances of catching one if you fish at night. These tips will help you boat a beast!
By Pete Maina

We arrived to do a TV show with Lee Tauchen, a full-time guide who had been fishing the same lake for a week. The report was he and others were seeing a fair number of muskies during the day, but overall it had been tough. He did say, though, that if we were willing to stick it out after dark for a while, it would very likely pay off. It did. The fish weren’t anything tremendous, mind you, but one muskie in the low-20-pound range was caught, and one was missed. By muskie fishing standards, this is a success, certainly. However, the only actual strikes came after dark! Read More

Welcome!!

Welcome!!

February 9, 2010  |  news  |  No Comments

Welcome to Virginia Musky! A website that will focus mainly on Musky fishing in Virginia. With the New River right up the road that is popular for Musky and Smallmouth fishing as well as the James to name a few, we will give you all the current news and tactics on fishing for the rising popular Musky. 7RFFA6EMNUHF