"Muskie Garages" of Wisconsin's Flambeau River

“‘It was a huge fish, maybe a 50-incher,’ he said. The hook-up, though, didn’t feel right to [Bob] White. ‘After about five minutes, the muskie just let go. Up floated a 12-inch, shredded smallmouth. (The muskie) must have been lying in wait when the smallmouth hit my fly. I had ’em both on.'” Chris Niskanen describes drifting the Flambeau with artist Bob White and husband and wife guide team Larry Mann and Wendy Williamson in search of “muskie garages.” In the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
If you haven’t yet seen Bob White’s extraordinary wildlife art, you can see many examples on his Web site, www.whitefishstudio.com.

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