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Tippets: Muskie Camp, Nymphing and Hook Sets

October 21, 2018 By: Erin Block

  • David Karczynski writes about his muskie camp in Northern Wisconsin, outlining what he has learned and detailing tips for the angler looking for a muskie camp of their own. “By day, we ply the black water for muskies; by night, we drink whiskey under a dark sky. Sometimes, but not always, we smell like Esox.”
  • “Nymphing is an art of the unseen,” writes Domenick Swentosky, “ and no matter the material attachments we add to the line for visual aid of a strike, trout take our flies without us knowing about it — probably way more often than we can imagine.” In light of this, set the hook at the end of every drift, he advises. Read more via Troutbitten.