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Musky Fishing Seminar

Nicolet College 50TH Anniversary Offering

Musky Fishing Seminar March 24, April 7


The muskellunge is one of Wisconsin’s most important and unique sport fish. In fact, it’s Wisconsin’s state fish. Have you always wanted to fish for muskies? Do you need help knowing where to go to find muskies? Are you using the right baits and techniques?

This seminar will discuss the behavior of muskies, including where they are found and how best to catch them.

Musky fishing pro Steve Heiting heads up a cast of speakers.Steve is the managing editor of Musky Hunter magazine, North America’s largest magazine dedicated to musky fishing, and has become one of the sport’s best-known anglers. He is a well-traveled angler and has caught big muskies from the northern-most musky lake in Ontario to as far south as Kentucky. 

As co-owner of the University of Esox Musky Schools, Steve conducts seminars for sport shows and fishing clubs throughout the Midwest. Each year, he serves as the master of ceremonies for the National Championship Musky Open, the largest musky tournament in the world. He has produced five instructional musky fishing DVDs; is a regular guest on “The Musky Hunter” TV show; and has written, edited, or contributed to 21 books about musky fishing. His articles and photographs have appeared in more than two dozen magazines and newspapers covering the outdoor sports. Steve is on the pro teams of Ranger, Mercury, St. Croix, Mepps, Frabill, Shoeder’s Marina, Minn Kota, Humminbird and Stealth Tackle.

If you want to join the exciting world of musky fishing, attend this seminar to learn from Steve and many others. Beginners and more experienced anglers can bothbenefit from the information provided.

Choose one day or both. Lunch and door prizes are included.

Seminars will be held Saturday, March 24 and Saturday, April 7.     
Each day will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Northwoods Center on the Rhinelander campus.
Kids can register at a reduced rate of $25 per day for anyone 18 and under with an adult registration.     

Cost for adults is $50 for one day and $85 for both days with registrations received before March 1. After that date cost is $65 for one day and $100 for both.

Each participant will receive a gift bag, lunch, and be eligible to win a variety of door prizes.

To register, call (715) 365-4544 or 1-800-544-3039, ext. 4544.