Musky Country Lessons is a guide to the specialist world of fly fishing for Musky in Northern Wisconsin. Part one joins Brad Bohen, a lifetime outdoorsmen dedicated to his craft trying to survive as a guide amidst the 2020 covid pandemic. Fly tying, casting, tackle, fisherman’s tales and some quality fish, these lessons are invaluable for predator anglers and fly fishermen alike.
In part two of Musky Country lessons, Brad Bohen continues his guide to the world of Musky fly fishing. One of Canada’s pioneering Musky anglers, Brad visits the rod builders and fly tiers helping to develop the sport and its culture. The show takes a look at the unique qualities of the species, and the conservation of the special lake and river habitats necessary to its survival.
In this final instalment of Musky Country Lessons, we join Brad Bohen in the final weeks of his Musky fly-fishing season. It’s October and the fall is setting in across Canada. Brad joins seasoned guide Gabe Schubert on a cold morning to drift the river. They discuss navigating the features of the water, working the rod to induce an attack, and tie a few monster flies developed from their years of experience.
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