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Rocketman, good to see your are still at the Muskie biz and nice to see Muskie Inc. made to Michigan. Have a great holiday and may all of your Muskie Dreams come true. Best Regards, Mark.
Mark Orlowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sterling Heights, MI USA - Monday, December 16, 2002 at 20:45:58 (CST)
Hi Mark, nice to hear from you again. I am glad that you are still thinking about our toothy friends. Anytime you want a ride there is an empty seat and a cold brew waiting for ya!
December 15, 2002. Today is a day of great sadness. Ice covers the ramp bays and muskies swim, unpestered, through the lake of my dreams. The season closer is always a day of reflection and smiles, drawing back on past musky hunts, but it seems much easier when you can reminisce while pulling plugs. Now I look forward to sharpening hooks, twisting leaders, and the Chicago Musky Show. Opening day will only get closer. At what level is my dedication to musky fishing? I spent hundreds of dollars this year trying to develop a device that would divert floating weeds away from the edge of the boat and trailing lines. Because I am not a physicist, I did not consider hydrostatic energy and the role it plays when water moves with force across submerged objects. But I have another idea . . .
Jeff K <jkoutdoors$modempool.com>
USA - Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 20:00:28 (CST)
Rocketman, enjoyed your website (the most enjoyable I've come across yet)a transplanted troller now fishing the Tahquamenon River, and St.Mary's River System. Have you or any of your faithful followers ever fished these waters, any detailed information would be greatly appreciated. Looking forward to testing the Terminator in these waters above the Bridge, do you have any converts in da UP!!!!! ROY
Roy L. Pederson <rlpederso$msn.com>
Paradise, Mi USA - Tuesday, December 03, 2002 at 20:04:42 (CST)
Hey rocketman hows it going. This year was my first time muskie fishin. Me and my buds went to St claire we fished for about 6 to 7 hours i was using a Beliver.I had my first muskie on,got him about two feet from the net and the lure came out,my friends said it was a nice one, so now im hooked on muskie fishing. Ive been checking out your site,its great.So i would like u to make me sum of your muskie lures.i keep checkin your site,so when u start to make them again youll be hearin from me P.S. I used your fishing site as a link on my fishin site hope u dont mind http://groups.msn.com/RobsFishin/homepage
Exeter, Ont Canada - Monday, December 02, 2002 at 20:40:22 (CST)
Hey Rob, I said NO FREE LINKS!!!! As soon as I find my Whiteout I am going to get rid of it!
Now that the election is over I wonder how Granholm is going to deal with the water levels. Hopefully the enviormentialist in her will help the water levels come back up. I am not a democrat but the water went down under Engler. And as for the Canadians dealing with the issue they wont do anything. We need the other great lake states to help with the cause. I dont know about anyone else but Az,Nm,Tx,Nv can all dry up and blow away. These are our great lakes. Lets preseve them. John
john tomlin <tomlinjohn391$msn.com>
Ann Arbor, Mi USA - Friday, November 08, 2002 at 12:14:42 (CST)
Rocketman - I've been visiting your site for about 3 years now and still love it. You've even posted a few of my pictures - Thanks. I have had 3 unsuccessful attempts to buy some of your lures on ebay, etc.. You might want to think of raising the prices for these lures because they are bringing a hefty some on the open market. Of course let me attempt buttering you up first because after 3 years of dragging LSC it's time for me to use the TX's. I'll patiently watch the site for you to take orders but I gotta get my hands on some for next year. Anybody out there selling? On another note, do you have any tips for Sat. Nov 9th. We are going out and hope to land a big one. It sure would be better on a TX but you go with what you got.
Dt Dew Man <dtdewman$voyager.com>
Eaton, OH USA - Monday, November 04, 2002 at 12:04:25 (CST)
hello rocketman I've been enjoying your site for a few years now. really got some good info that I've been useing here in lake erie. I just checked out the fishing reports, sounds the same as here, slow start. By the way, what happen to the pictures of your crew? They weren't as pretty as a Musky but a nice change of pace. Great site---- I'll be back thanks bill from elma
buffalo, NY USA - Tuesday, October 29, 2002 at 10:31:45 (CST)
looking for guides ,musky fishing,detroit,river,THANKS,DAN
dan bialecki <dmusky1$aol.com>
neapolis, oh USA - Wednesday, October 23, 2002 at 23:41:47 (CDT)
Hey! Thanks for posting my First Time Muskie picture here on this site. It gave me a thrill almost as good as hooking that fish. Great site...but I have a different vision of the Musky God...you may want to rename yours the Musky Godess...LOL
Rockford, MI USA - Wednesday, October 16, 2002 at 15:22:08 (CDT)
Congratulation to this Great Homepage. I have see nice pics and great fishes. Greatings from Germany Mathias
Jesteburg, Germany - Sunday, September 22, 2002 at 08:05:21 (CDT)
Hey Rocketman: great site! This was my first visit and I really enjoyed it. Never been to St. Clair but I definitely am going to make plans for some 'skis and maybe some smallies too. By the way, you mentioned Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky as full-year musky fisheries- don't neglect Illinois! We've been getting some true hawgs recently. And Kincaid Lake in southern Illinois is as beautiful as just about any musky lake there is. When the northwoods closes season, come on down!
Scott Taylor <staylor252$pcinetwork.com>
Noble, IL USA - Friday, September 13, 2002 at 15:27:31 (CDT)
Need a Muskie fishing partner for Lake St Clair? I'm equipped, ready, willing, and able! Many years boat experiance, can help with launch and trolling. Can't get out enough on partners boat, especially during the week. They are getting fatter and the hot water should raise the hogs metabolism making her always hungry! Email me -dave
Hartland, MI USA - Friday, September 13, 2002 at 10:58:01 (CDT)
Other than the greatest lure painter in history "Rocketman";does anyone know another lure painter in southeast Mi? I would rather have Rocketman paint for me but I will need him to paint a huge order for me when he is up and running.When my father passed away in feb of 2001 he left me all his muskie equipment.The Sept before he died I purchased a 2650 pursuit for him and to fish on a rekindle that musky flame that burns ever so bright. Well whe he died the flame dimmed for a while. Now its back in full force. If anyone out there needs help shaking weeds or landing a big one email me. Thanks and have a great day on the lake. Also try Lake Erie talked to a guy out Port Clinton and he catches about 25 a year walleye fishing.
John Tomlin <email@example.com>
Ann Arbor, Mi USA - Thursday, September 12, 2002 at 18:35:58 (CDT)
Dear Rocketman, I have beeen hearing much too much talk lately about fishing the lower Detroit River/Lake Erie for Musky. I'm starting to get worried. We have been catching them for years (the wife catches, I net). She caught the biggest of her life this past August 21. A very unusual fish. We have caught many Great Lakes Musky in the past. This one was either a Northern Musky or a natural tiger hybrid. I tried to send in a picture, but I guess your guest photo book is full. In any case it was a real hawg. He's swimming as I type this letter. We have never killed or kept a fish in our lives. Just take a picture. We don't even bother to measure or weigh. The memories last a lifetime. Talked to some D.N.R. boys a few years back as they were doing a shock survey. They said that even with the generator set to full power it was not enough to stun the fish down here for weighing and measurement purposes, but they would just swim to the surface. They said some of the biggest fish in the state are between the bridges. That's the only hint I will give my fellow anglers. Let us know when we can submit photos. Wow, if the Musky Queen found out I was sending you this letter, I would be eating hot dogs for the rest of my life. Remember: If you want to be happy for one day, get drunk. If you want to be happy for two days, get married. If you want to be happy for the rest of your life, fish for Musky!
M. LaBelle <emc22$prodigy.net>
Grosse Ile, MI USA - Wednesday, September 04, 2002 at 20:07:07 (CDT)
anyone know where they sell the kumler planer board releases. i use the offshore but when fising with my friend on his boat he uses though and i prefer them i just need to know where to purchase some....any information would be greatly appreciated
new baltimore, mi USA - Thursday, August 29, 2002 at 18:44:58 (CDT)
Joe, I have never used the Maxima but I do use the Trilene 80 lb. for leaders. I always use the Palomar knot and have never lost a fish due to line or knot failure. After you tie the knot wet it with spit before you tighten it. Also I normally take a pair of needle nose pliars and stick the end through the swivel so that I can pull on the pliars to tighten the knots. Put a leather glove on your other hand and wrap the leader around it as you pull on the pliars. Leave the tag end a little long so that the knot can tighten more, without pulling through, as you troll and/ or catch the first fish. Take care and goodluck. Chico
Urbana, OH USA - Tuesday, August 27, 2002 at 07:40:39 (CDT)
I am a first time muskie hunter looking for some assistance. I am making up my leaders with Maxima 80lb leader material which is like tying a coat hanger to my snap swivels compared to what I am used to. I see the Rocketman uses a Trilene knot for his leaders. Is it possible that the Maxima brand of line is more difficult to tie than others? I have practiced tying a Trilene and a Palomar knot with little confidence in my technique. I am heading out this week Tuesday or Wednesday and any tips would be greatly appreciated. Also I will be sure to post the results of my day out, GOOD OR BAD.
Clinton Twp., MI USA - Monday, August 26, 2002 at 11:16:43 (CDT)
Anyone looking for a nice Muskie boat, I Have a 2000 Lund 1700 Fisherman / Merc 90 4 stroke for sale. Raytheon, Berts, Down East, all the goodies, low hrs.
Port Huron, Mi USA - Thursday, August 22, 2002 at 21:03:12 (CDT)
need some tips on where would be a good place to try and catch a few hawgs this weekend on sat and sun??? any tips would help....also where do you think most of the fish are being hooked
new baltimore, mi USA - Thursday, August 15, 2002 at 13:47:37 (CDT)
Hey Brice, When there a fish on this what I do, and doesn't reflect anyone else's technique in a bad way. 1:When a fish is hooked grab the pole and bring it to 12 o'clock. 2:Have wheel man dial down the boat speed to about 1 to 2 miles an hour and point boat down wind if nessesary. 3:Have fun fighting Hog. Dig the head shakes, and tell yourself it don't get better then this. Play Her like a Stratavarius and Enjoy the fight. 4: Now when the fish is along side the boat you can net her or use a cradle. I'm green when it comes to Cradles , so I can't speak of them. I use a net. Just when your going to net the fish, put boat in neutral. The least she see's the net the better. When the boat's in neutral net her quickly from behind or from the side. 5: I also have a technique called the "Rope a' Dope". Good for big girls. They really don't like nets at all, and when they see them all Hell breaks loose in alot of cases including the hook. Ofcourse this method is your call, cuz she's your fish. With this method I have the fish along side the boat and your wingman brings the net out from "hiding". Speed is 1 or so MPH. You or someone else grabs the leader she's on. Put the net under the water behind her where she can't see it. At the same time, with the leader in your hand- turn her around so she will instinctively swim towards the back of the boat. At this time hit neutral the boat will naturally have some momentum. She'll swim right into the net and she won't know what the hell happened until its to late. When she does see the net, she's allready swam into it and can freak out then. This has worked everytime for me. I use it for Big girls because there smart and u have to trick 'em. There big for a reason and they see VERY well. Again, this how I do it. Hope some if not all info was helpful. John
Shelby, Mi. USA - Friday, August 09, 2002 at 12:20:28 (CDT)
Brice, My advice is to keep your boat in gear until you get the rod out of its holder then shift the motor into neutral or shut it down. Next have your crew get the other lines out of the water so that your fish doesn't get tangled in them. Next get the boards in the boat if you have time. Net the musky measure, picture and get it back in the water. We do this on every fish and are 31 for 35 on all muskies. This is a pretty good catch to hit ratio. Take care and goodluck. Chico
Urbana, OH USA - Friday, August 09, 2002 at 10:36:50 (CDT)
If anyone is looking for some nice Muskie rods and reels I have 4 Penn 320's mounted on Ugly Stick Tiger rods for sale.
Mike Haas <muskiehunter$arenet.net>
Port Huron, Mi USA - Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 12:47:57 (CDT)
Here is something to consider when buying your fishing license. We caught a 49" fish this past weekend. We got her in the boat quick and got her out quick. We spent 20 minutes getting her to come around then torpedoed her down, waited 2-3 minutes, did not see her and thought she was fine. We fished in the same area and 3 hours later found her dead on the surface. We netted her and found 2 patches of scales that had been knocked off. I think she got hit by the bow of a boat. We had bought conservationist licenses because we did not intend to keep any fish. If you keep a musky on a conservationist license and get caught, it is a $25,000 dollar fine. I was not willing to risk running back to the marina to buy a second license and keep her. So I had to dump her back in the lake and waste a beautiful fish. Next time I come up I am buying a regular Sport fishing license in case we have to keep one that does not survive. Take care. Chico
Urbana, OH USA - Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 09:13:35 (CDT)
belle river musky slam aug 17&18 capt. meeting aug16 6.30pm at big al,s rides will be provided from belle river marina for a well call 519-728-2245 for info call art 519 7283323
walt sadowski <waltermuskyman$sympatico.ca>
windsor, ont canada - Tuesday, August 06, 2002 at 06:30:37 (CDT)
Anyone looking for some Muskie lures I have 50 or so to get rid of and yes,a couple doz of those are Terminator T3'S....
Port Huron, Mi USA - Monday, August 05, 2002 at 12:17:38 (CDT)
hey that one guy has a good idea i also think the rocketman should host his own tournament and giving out terminators for 1st 2nd and 3rd place would be a great idea.....it could be a catch and release tournament outta the rocketmans home marina....off cours the rocketman wouldnt be allowed to fish it though!!!
new baltimore, mi USA - Monday, August 05, 2002 at 11:03:01 (CDT)
when is the soonest tournament comin up?
new baltimore, mi USA - Thursday, August 01, 2002 at 22:48:17 (CDT)
Hi rocketman, this site is the best for st clair muskie info! I have a couple of questions about trolling) do you back your speed down to idle when you hook a fish to fight it??, do you try to pull the other lines out of the water as soon as it hits or leave them out? I lost my blue wormy t3 terminator on my down rod in front of huron point last week it destroyed my snap swivel (I know its my fault) it felt like a monster! than it was gone!!!! maybe I snagged a submerged tree or a submarine. oh well I still have 4 terminators left to run this weekend. maybe I will see you out there. keep your hooks sharp
ferndale, mi USA - Thursday, August 01, 2002 at 20:58:11 (CDT)
For all those guys/girls who fish for muskie of a boat I am telling you trolling is the key. on sunday July 27 my dad and i went to Beltsville we got there around 830 and trolled from the dock around a bend and back. We Couldn't have been there more then 30 minutes and the rod that was running deep went i took this one but he way it went it sounded like a snag but whe i picked it up it tugged back. It didn't fight so i thought i just hooked a tree branch. But as it got close to the boat it started to swim. it swam under my boat and when i got it to the it was a 40in tiger muskie. if you take my advice and troll i always troll a walleye pattern depth rader and a Bagels DBO6. But tht aint all we got that day so.
Chuck Jones <CAJ072$aol.com>
Bridgepot, PA USA - Monday, July 29, 2002 at 07:58:20 (CDT)
please someone tell me where to catch a 50 inch plus fish
new baltimore, mi USA - Sunday, July 28, 2002 at 20:32:56 (CDT)
Yo Rocketman, Great web site. just found it by accident! i've been fishing lake st clair for years and can appreciate the effert you put in. is there any marine radio channel you frequent? the name of my boat is the Gray Ghost, 24 sr cuddy. great fishig vessel. maybe we will cross paths sometime. later
LSC, MI, USA - Wednesday, July 17, 2002 at 23:39:59 (CDT)
Hey Rocketman I live in a small town in Idaho and the lake is about two miles from my house that we fish at. We have tigar muskies, me and my bro have been fishing for them for last two years. Yes we are a bunch of rockies when it comes to muskies but we have everything you can think of (except for your terminator). The only problem is when it gets this hot the moss really likes to grow in our lake so we don't have much room for trolling. When we go out we can see atleast 2 a day. We try every thing we got and nothing works. I don't know if we have the wrong stuff or we arn't doing something right. We had one hit on a muskie killer, looks like a bunch of black hair. We know all about the frustrating part about fishing for mushies. We have heard of 47"s being out there (thats the good word) We have see a 40" but he swam off before we could even think about throwing something at him. But anyway sweet site and I'll be comeing back for more.Rob
Rob Cherry <woody250$dcdi.net>
Terreton, Id. USA - Wednesday, July 17, 2002 at 23:39:27 (CDT)
With all this talk about Tournaments, I think the "Rocketman" should hosts his own catch-and-release tournament. Open to the public and a small entry fee, the "Rocketman" can offer a hand full of Terminators for the top prize (catch) and maybe some T3's or T2's for second and third place. I know I would enjoy meeting other muskie fisherman and having a chance to pick up some more Terminators. What do you think Rocketman? Would anyone else be interested in some friendly competition? And if we're lucky, the "Rocketman" will schedule an appearance from the Muskie Goddess (bless her soul).
Rochester Hills, MI USA - Tuesday, July 16, 2002 at 14:40:41 (CDT)
went fishing 2 for 2 and a bonus smallmouth was watchin a friend of mine on hus boat fish the momc tournamment he mighta taken 1st quite sure though if anyone knows any details on it ill be thankful
new baltimore, USA - Monday, July 15, 2002 at 11:34:53 (CDT)
Cool site Rocketman, Been watchin and readin for a long time, now im ready to go to LSC and tryem on for size!!!!Would like to go to Deerbrook, but would also like the name of a decent Campground close by, any sugesstions???
Blue Javelin <mmh$nktelco.net>
New Knoxville, OH USA - Sunday, July 14, 2002 at 18:22:27 (CDT)
My idea of roughing it is no TV remote in the hotel room! But if you insist on abusing yourself call Deerbrook for details. There's one right next door.
Hey Rocket Man..Thanks for the Awesome website. Tons of Major Musky info here. I think your site is responsible for turning more people than just me into zombies who dream muskies now and can't get out again soon enough. This is going to sound super rookie but I'll bet others want to know too and are afraid to ask..A request for another page on your website. Lots of us just learning still don't know all the Lake St Clair lingo and map reference points. Can you post a map of the lake showing where all these spots that the postings are talking about like.."red barn", "huron point" , "strawberry bar" , "spillway" etc. A map showing all the common points that are referred to would be a great help for us rookies. I'm also hoping the lake freezes over soon 'cause I figure if you can't musky fish yourself, maybe you can crank out some more Terminators! I can't seem to get one to save my life. thanks and please let us know if you can post a map like this. Maybe somone out there in your web audience can be of help. -dave (9,998 more casts to go)
Holly, MI USA - Friday, July 12, 2002 at 21:11:30 (CDT)
Hey kurt , remember me? You gave me a short trip on your boat about 4 years agoWell i now have a boat at the marina bellriver and would like to return the favor sometime.My brother spent a week up on st clair 6/25/02 to 7/1/02 and had a great week.over 50 muskies caught and two over 50" even caught some on your carp bait. best trip i ever had anywhere.i did have a 10 fish day last year with a 48"If you see me out there my boat says west virginia muskiehunter and i moinitor Channel 6 normally.i have been having trouble finding people from my area to go fishing.would send you some pictures but don't know how to attach them.Lee powell522 25th st.Vienna,w.va.26105P.s. send me an e-mail and i will send you the pictures. Remember the centerfold i sent you. Ha ha
Lee powell west virginia muskiehunter <herk$citynet.net>
VIENNA, WV United States - Thursday, July 11, 2002 at 22:19:00 (CDT)
momc tournament this weekend????? any got any details????
new baltimore, mi USA - Wednesday, July 10, 2002 at 15:29:34 (CDT)
Lakeside Bait and Tackle have membership forms the address the hole nine yards.There at ten n jefferson, st clair shores, mi. 1 586 777-7003 or 777-7008 ones a fishing report one there number. The next tournament is this weekend.
USA - Monday, July 08, 2002 at 18:13:58 (CDT)
i know there is an momc member who visits this site got any information on how to get in? and how young can u be to fish there tournaments?
new baltimore, mi USA - Sunday, July 07, 2002 at 20:28:30 (CDT)
dear good old rocketman, i find myself lost, because of one simple fact, i have no terminator lures. my lures where runing the right side of my buddies boat, his lures where runing left side of the boat. i will give one guess which lures caught the 3 skies. i would do anything to get my hands on a zit frog and a 9$bass. my buddy gave me this website to try my ass off to get one, please if you could find a way to do it ,it would put way more excitement in my life.
jj lewandowski <biglew10$comcast.net>
woodhaven, mi USA - Sunday, June 23, 2002 at 15:41:43 (CDT)
I was woundering if anyone could give me an update on the fishing, I'm planing a trip to Bell River on the 4th of July. I would greatly appricate any info. Good Luck and Tight Lines to all
Rich Studebaker <muskie_rich_1851$yahoo.com>
Warrendale, Pa USA - Friday, June 21, 2002 at 17:46:28 (CDT)
Whatever you do, don't look at the Fishing Reports!
interested i detroit river fishing, and finding out where to fish the south channel
chad furstenau <chad$wyan.org>
wyandotte, mi USA - Tuesday, June 18, 2002 at 22:38:34 (CDT)
Great site Rocketman...... was just talkin' with my buddy from Rockford, IL... discussing a trip to LSC for a Saturday outing. Discussed hiring a guide for LSC. We would drive over Friday night (4 hours), fish for musky on Saturday. Stay in Windsor for Saturday night partying !! Back out Sunday morning for a half day. Any recommendations on a guide based close to Windsor? Shoot me an email if you get the time, would greatly appreciate it. Thanks for your time, Steve
Steve Sorensen <steve.sorensen$attbi.com>
Frankfort, IL USA - Monday, June 17, 2002 at 22:47:35 (CDT)
Hmmmm, I don't know any Canadian guides. Any of you people know where Steve and his bud can get a ride? Email him direct if you do. Steve, no trip to Windsor is complete without experiencing the rich texture of the local performing arts scene. At the risk of seeming pretnetious, I recommend an evening at the Windsor Ballet. See, despite outward appearances we muskie fishermen do have class and an appreciation of fine culture.
Milkman and I caught a 50 inch 25 lb Muskie a mile or so off the new DNR boat lunch by the 400 club. I caught the fish but wouldnt have done it with out Milkmans schooling. We went 2 for 3. Unfortunatly the fish didnt survive the fight. We released him he swam off only to be found a short while later belly up. Both Milkman and I the Beer Jammer are employees at lakeside. Good luck gentlemen. Ill email the photo to Rocketman for those who wanna check it out.
Captian Beer Jameer <pattifrommi$juno.com>
scs, USA - Sunday, June 16, 2002 at 09:52:12 (CDT)
anyone know where i can get an MOMC membership form or if they have a website or somethin?
new baltimore, mi USA - Wednesday, June 12, 2002 at 16:37:02 (CDT)
Note: I-68, INS at the boarders would not accept web base forms.
Livonia, MI USA - Monday, June 03, 2002 at 16:24:39 (CDT)
Hi Kurt, was just curious what the biggest muskie you have caught in Lake St Clair was or any where else was. Also on the colors page you say the biggest muskie you ever saw hit a T-3 zit frog. How much bigger was this fish in your estimation? Do you think there are any 40 lb fish in st clair? I have looked thru the MOMC records and have not seen a single one. Do you think maybe it is because of the MOMC tournaments? I know they release most of the fish they catch; but if members catch a fish they think will measure they bring it in for measuring and kill a lot of them. Basically everytime a fish hits 30 lbs it is going to get taken out of the system it seems to me; and maybe this is why we arent seeing 40 lbs. Thanks a lot!
oxford, mi USA - Wednesday, May 22, 2002 at 16:14:30 (CDT)
Personal best was about 33 1/2lbs and I got it last year on Dec 14 off the GPYC in 16 feet. The giant one we saw hit just as we were releasing a 50" fish. The 50" was still swimming on top and I just hit the gas to go back around to the fish to be sure it went down. A huge muskie jumped straight up with the zit frog in it's mouth. The lure was on a board and there was very little tension on the line since we were just then starting to get up to speed. The fish threw the lure in the air and never even popped the release. It was close to the 50" still on top and made the 50" look like a dink and I remember thinking that it's tail looked about 14" wide. Later that winter supposedly a 44lbr was taken thru the ice by a walleye fisherman in the same general area. There may be a 40lbr or bigger in LSC....but maybe not where and when the majority of people fish. I can't imagine killing large fish helps the overall size potential but also I am not convinced that's the reason that 40lbr muskies aren't being caught. I wouldn't blame the MOMC either. Even including the tournaments, the kill percentage is very, very small and the vast majority of the members are C&R oriented. A lot of the floating dead muskies I have seen appeared to have died from prop strikes or lampreys. My guess is that these causes, plus unsuccessful releases, account for the majority of muskie mortality.
Notice to all Muskie hunters on Lake St. Clair ! There is a requirement for a I-68 form for boating to the Canadian side of the lake in the wake of 9-11 that will be enforced. Here is the link for the info. www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/p...boatlanding.htm . I also heard from one of the M.O.M.C. committee members last nite that at the next meeting on 5-22-02 that the I.N.S. will be there so that members can apply for this form. Tight lines Bob
Bob Wyffels <bobw$sturdybroach.com>
Clinton Twp., Mi USA - Friday, May 17, 2002 at 06:58:23 (CDT)
Hey Rocketman, Nice website, I guess if Chuckie Smith likes it it can't be too bad. Keep up the good work. Bruce
Bruce Coristine <bruce$greatlakesoutfitting.com>
Belle River, On Canada - Thursday, May 16, 2002 at 18:37:20 (CDT)
Be very careful grasshopper, one must strike and strike hard (buy lots of baits) when the order page is up. It does not stay up long before it recedes, and it gives no warning of its arrival. Be patient and the baits will come...A
Andy Hartz <ahartz$comcast.net>
The shore of LSC , MI USA - Tuesday, May 14, 2002 at 22:21:52 (CDT)
"Master, is it possible to trust the Rocketman when he says the order page will appear..for it has not appeared for many weeks?"
"Rocketman's order page is mere electrons, ethereal as a ghost and fleeting as a mayfly. Yet it has shown itself before and it shall probably do so again. And remember grasshopper, trust itself does sometimes bring with it a great reward, even as great as the order page."
i like everyone have been checking the site for when you are reopening for business. i see alot of people leaving e-mail address to be contacted. i don`t want to miss out so just in case your taking orders that way here`s mine if not i`ll keep checking thanks momc member cam912$peoplepc.com
craig miller <cam912$peoplepc.com>
warren, mi USA - Monday, May 13, 2002 at 16:19:06 (CDT)
Guys, With any luck all the lures that are promised before June are actually going to make it. Then I am going to take a break for a while and not worry about making baits and do some fishing. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate all the business I got this year, and all the emails and comments about new orders too. Once a few dozen muskies have slimed the Slimetime then we'll see about maybe opening the order page temporarily - but the window of opportunity will be small indeed and NOBODY gets advance warning ha ha!
Rocketman, Do you stop the boat when you get one on or do you keep on trucking? I use 30 lb tess with a 60 lb tess leader, How long should my leader be? I appreciate any help? Only one month to go, good luck on the water.
Captian Beer Jammer <pattifrommi$juno.com>
scs, USA - Wednesday, May 08, 2002 at 21:19:08 (CDT)
rocketmans chat room is on the water , where he chats with the muskies, and then paints there kryptonite !! peace out!. violators rule!
USA - Tuesday, May 07, 2002 at 20:30:13 (CDT)
Hey awsome sight ..... we really get a thrill looking at them muskies... we fish'em like mad over here in Pennsylvania... all yins are welcome to come on over and fish! THe great muskie hunters of PA chuck and jamie
chuck and jamie <general_darkstar2002$yahoo.com / savage308win$yahoo.com>
Leechburg, PA USA - Tuesday, April 30, 2002 at 19:46:32 (CDT)
rocketman, recieved a e-mail this morning, Don Volke of dons sporting services on gratiot, passed away last night, said they will keep doors open so customers can collect there property, thought and prayers go out to his family.
st clair shores, mi USA - Tuesday, April 30, 2002 at 08:28:00 (CDT)
Rocket Man I was told there was a chat room where you hang out at, Where's it at and how do I get to it?
BIG John <muskyjohn$loganrec.com>
Rusells Point , Oh USA - Sunday, April 28, 2002 at 16:38:30 (CDT)
Huh? Rocketman in a chat room? Nope, my typing way too slooooow and pitiful for that stuff. Could there be an imposter trying to horn in on the Rocketman's adoring Muskiebabe fans??????
rocketman tell the guys to stop practicing bass fishing for the tournamnets while the bass are spawning and they chase their lures they leave their nests unwatched and the gobies eat their eggs. this will decrease the bass population and food for the muskies
new baltimore, mi USA - Sunday, April 14, 2002 at 20:22:55 (CDT)
OK you guys, play nice or you'll piss off the Fishing God
While casting off the pier at Grosse Pointe Shores, on Friday evening around 7:30 P.M. October 19, 2001, got a trophy Muskie, weigning 35 lbs. and measuring 54 inches on a Berkely Frenzy diver. This fish was of course released to keep on growing. It was determined to be the longest Muskellunge Great Lakes caught and released during 2001 from Michigan Waters. This was the Largest fish I have ever caught. It was also exciting, since I had to bring my pole around a light pole three times. I was fishing with Tom Balleau that evening and he assisted in Landing the Trophy for which I received a Certificate from the Fisheries Division of the State of Michigan and a Master Angler Award.
Sam J. Spatafora <SamSpat$msn.com>
Grosse Pointe Shores,, MI. USA - Sunday, April 14, 2002 at 12:30:46 (CDT)
rocket man oooooooooooo what a day i had yesterday. while perch fishing.i seen two red logs floating on ancorbay. slow drifting in to them i was able to get within a few feet to my supprize they were the two bigest muskie's i haver seen. (rare to see two that close together) they were easy 55+ inches. most enjoyable . good luck to all this season johnny p.s we schould compare notes' some time i have been fishing this lake since 1975.
johnny l miller <jonygonfishn$comcast.net>
michigan, mi USA - Thursday, April 11, 2002 at 10:30:31 (CDT)
Hey Jonny, Those are my pet muskies! One of my MuskieBabe crewmembers (who will remain nameless but rhymes with Sonya) took a liking to the "cute little ducks" and she kept them instead of feeding them to the muskies like I told her and so the muskies got pissed and took off. Now, if you would, just keep track of them for a little while, say until about the day before the first Saturday in June, then send me the exact GPS numbers where they are so I can go feed them OK?
Thanks for your help,
Rocketman, First time on your website. Very informational and well done. Everyone should have a box of Terminators. I'll be back. Chuck Smith
Chuck Smith <ferret193$comcast.net>
St. Clair Shores, MI USA - Wednesday, April 10, 2002 at 19:31:42 (CDT)
Thanks Chuck. That means a lot. Glad that you liked it and the best of luck in 2002!
Rocketman,Please make some TX's for J. He is a loyal follower of the Terminator (the greatest bait ever made). He promised to shine them ever day and to always sharpen his hooks....He is a deperate man and he promised me he would never be late in placing his order again....Love always, Musky God
Musky God(ess) <Muskyheaven$Rocketman.com>
Mi USA - Friday, April 05, 2002 at 07:59:08 (CST)
Rocketman PLEASE HELP!!! I need to get some TX's..... I have been hitting your site 20 times a day to see if you are going to be taking any more orders...every time I click on the "get some" link I hope to see my hopes, my dreams, my prayers answered but no help...I know I was stupid for not ordering early and I will never let that happen again....I had this dream last night...a vision...The Musky God(ess) was there in my room with me...she asked me what I wanted most some TX's or her....I said I knew she belonged to the Rocketman and I was loyal to the Rocketman so I would take the Terminators (the best bait ever built)...She said my loyalty would be rewarded and she left me a big box of TX's...but when I woke up I only had an empty box!!!! I know it was a sign....I will clean the bilge of Slimetime with my tooth brush to show I am worthy!!! PLEASE help!!! Thank you ...ever loyal to the master J
ILL USA - Friday, April 05, 2002 at 07:52:06 (CST)
J, seems you had help from above. Check your email.
received my lures! holy muskie are they nice, first hes gonna shit then hes gonna kill it! peace out.violators rule!
USA - Tuesday, April 02, 2002 at 21:57:02 (CST)
Hey Rocketman, how can I get some mid-spring skis to chomp my baits? Say at a lake like... Webster Lake in Northern Indiana? I plan to go in a few weeks, I'd like to earlier, but my fishing buddy is wasting precious prime time spring fishing days in Florida on Spring break. -Andy
Fremont, OH USA - Saturday, March 30, 2002 at 22:17:25 (CST)
Do any of you musky guys remember a guy named Terry Hill. Terry was a large black man that fished from the Alter road canal area, circa early to mid 1980's. Terry chartered for muskys and did he know how to catch 'em. Super nice guy, he taught my family the art of musky hunting, he fell on bad times and fell off the face of the earth. anyone know/remember terry???.....andy
USA - Thursday, March 28, 2002 at 21:18:52 (CST)
My zeal for catchin these monsters has completely clouded my internal barometer for right and wrong. I did not know about the open seasons you mentioned, definitely worthy of consideration. I am going to get my walleye groove on this weekend in the big ditch. I suspect most action is handlining though. I am a jigger through and through. June 1 june 1...open open.......I work for the state of mich in a position that if caught poaching (early season fishing) I could be in some serious trouble, obviously not worth it. Anyhow a big walleye is kinda sorta like a small sick walleye, taste better too...I just can't get any musky over 25 lbs to cook up right...:) andy
Andy Hartz <ahartz$comcast.net>
MI USA - Thursday, March 28, 2002 at 21:12:29 (CST)
That's bettter Andy. Be strong. Only 8 weeks to go. You can make it.
andy, you are not the only one. welcome to the VIOLATORS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! C&R only.
southhaven, mi USA - Wednesday, March 27, 2002 at 13:47:22 (CST)
Geeze, you guys are losin' it!!! Detroit River south of Boblo, Lake Erie, Ohio, Indiana, etc. have no closed muskie season. Or maybe some pike fishing. Remember, eat a pike - save a muskie. Or how about giving the trout and salmon a try? If none of that is enough to keep you guys busy then come on over and help me finish off some of these lures!
The new baits have arrived. New tackle box has been purchased. Reels still need respooling, but save for that I am ready to fish. What about pre-season (obviously illegal) fishing for mooskies???...I do not see to much of it but does everyone wait till June 1???...I always have waited likely still will, ...just speculating out loud......andy
Andy Hartz <ahartz$comcast.net>
MI USA - Saturday, March 23, 2002 at 19:25:13 (CST)
Same goes for you Andy
well stew your kinda right, but not for humans. the E- is like crack to muskies!!!! rocketmans baits are sweeeeeeet! own quite a few myself! VIOLATORS RULE!!!!!!!!!
west coast <drug free>
south haven, mi USA - Wednesday, March 13, 2002 at 10:47:24 (CST)
YeeeeHaaw!!!. What in Sam Hill is goin' on here??? I see a guy from Pennsivanya thinkin' he knows how to fish LSC with only plastic and insultin my Buds Wood, some other guy from the Weeeest coast talkin' about fishin' with 'E' (as in exctasy)- cuz thats what he's on, and a true American wantin' our Flag Fly'in high and proud. Well, this here Hillbilly know's which one to read twice I tell ya. My Bud Rocketman and I go way back and he would agree. Momma too, if she wasn't so busy mak'in little one's on me. (God help me fella's- number 8 is on the way...Lord have Mercy). Ain't that the berry's I tell ya. U wonder while i got Carp in the tub. A Fat ole' Mirrered Carp will feed the piglets for 3 days if if I throw some corn and biscuts in. Ah hell, again , I forgot why I was writtin. Ciders will do that I tell ya, che-hee. Well, Spring is springin soon folks. Get those Penn's ready, lines checked, and hooks sharpend. The CEO of LSC is just happens to be a little fatter this year... Your Bud Stew.
Fowlerville, MI USA - Wednesday, March 13, 2002 at 00:54:18 (CST)
Hey Stew, if number 8 looks like me that is just a coincidence
ordered my terminators in December received them this week.I must confess these are my first terminators and they are not lures they are works of art!!!!!
wixom, mi USA - Saturday, March 09, 2002 at 20:13:05 (CST)
Very good schmoozing Marty.
I can't say enough about your website. It is very informative and put together so as not to be confusing. Makes for a great winter past time, looking at all your information. Hope to see you on St Clair next season. You can tell if it's me, just look for the American Flag on my boat. >Grin<
Dennis Cook <azone$callitechnic.com>
Holly, Mi USA - Friday, March 08, 2002 at 07:24:01 (CST)
To whom it may concern. I hope this year to see American flags all over the lake. Show your support for our troops. Selfridge will see it. Michigan could be a target for terrorism cuz were surrounded buy the Great Lakes. Never forget 9-11, it could happen agian, it could happen to you. Good luck fellow anglers, fishing season is right around the corner. I wish you all well on the water but I still hope to catch the biggest Muskie. He He Muskie Madness,
Captian Eric <Pattifrommi$juno.com>
SCS, MI USA - Tuesday, March 05, 2002 at 07:51:50 (CST)
john....first of all one entry at a time . second, troll a terminater and a E-!!
southhaven, mi USA - Tuesday, March 05, 2002 at 01:15:50 (CST)
hello my friend and i have yet to fish for the muskies but we have had a few fits and we have decieded that we are going to fish for them this june. after reading up on them from this web site i can not wait. i wish all of you a go fishing year. if you have any more hints i would love to hear them.
john miller <johnmiller10$hotmail.com>
saginaw, mi USA - Monday, March 04, 2002 at 19:53:43 (CST)
since you guys are talking about lures, has anyone seen any good new lures lately? custom or manufactured. and how do i get one! dont have email .thanks
ogema, wi USA - Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at 16:32:16 (CST)
hello fellow muskie fishermen, would like to wish all a great up-coming muskies season , hang a big one. listen i would like to re-mind every one about this years muskie slam at hpyc yacht club july 19-20-21 dont miss it, always a good time , and for those that have never fished it , please e-mail me for info , also ask about the walleye and perch tournaments, great time, rocket man i hope this is not to much advertising on your web site. by the way i enjoy your web immensely, till then, keep a tight line and your hooks sharp . mike m (gotcha)
mike momany <mikemomany$hotmail.com>
st clair shores, mi USA - Friday, February 22, 2002 at 05:37:28 (CST)
Pay tournaments, Gotch Lures - Almost too much advertising Mike. Better watch it or I'll send you to the recycle bin.
Dear Rocketman. The first time I went Musky fishing we caught two giant pike. One 33 inches and one 39 inches. I thought why would anybody waste there time fishing for anything else. The next 6 weeks all I did was troll for muskys, and the next 6 weeks I caught nothing. Nothing but a buzz. The crew & and I continueously debated about our trolling speeds. With the frogs we couldnt troll faster then 3 1/2 mph with out hitting bottom. we caught the pike on wiley perch lures at 4 1/2 mph. whats the best speed for terminater lures? Post Script. I got bit buy the bug last week, the fishing dreams kicked in and now Im having withdraws.
Captian Eric <Pattifrommi$juno.com>
st clair shores, mi USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 17:16:50 (CST)
Trolling frogs?!? Try some of my lures. They work better.
PS 4 - 6 mph
I have to agree with Jim Glenn, I dont understand why, but for some reason the big fish of the day always seems to come on a terminator. We also run Lokes,Wileys ect. and sometimes catch more fish with other lures, but at the end of the day the big fish always seems to be on a terminator.
Sam Zeoli <PIKE71760&AOL>
OXFORD, MI USA - Sunday, February 10, 2002 at 15:07:15 (CST)
andy can tell you know your lures, keep your eye out for the E- "it is some of that crazy kick ass shit"! great lure hard to get!
USA - Sunday, February 10, 2002 at 00:50:37 (CST)
i have been musky fishing for over 20 years and have hundreds of lures including swim wizzes beleivers lokes wileys buchers maisons gotchas pikies and probably everything else too. if you think rocketmans terminators are copies of anything then you dont know rocketman or have any of his lures. i will be the first to tell you that getting them is a pain in the ass but how do you motivate somebody who doesnt do it for the money? i don't know what you think is the #1 lure either because sometimes lokes are hot and sometimes beleivers are hot and sometimes wileys are hot etc but i will say that overall the teminators i have seems to catch a lot of the big ones and when it is november and december there is nothing in this world like a tx. now there rocketman was that good schmoozing? do i get my lures sooner now?
jim glenn <esox35lb$hotmail.com>
redford, mi USA - Saturday, February 09, 2002 at 15:00:15 (CST)
Jim, That was greatly improved schmoozing. Tell you what. When your order is done I will take it to UPS before work instead of after. That way you will get them sooner. See, I do reward good schmoozing.
WHOA...where did that come from....arent all lures a copy of one another to some extent...and arent they all a copy of ..uuummm...a FISH...... wiley terminator mason woodie...all just tools in the tool box for mooskie catchin!!!..andy
Andy Hartz <ahartz$home.com>
Harper Woods , MI USA - Friday, February 08, 2002 at 21:28:32 (CST)
As I was searching for muskie lures online, I came across your "Terminators" Nice design there...although an obvious copy of the #1 muskie catching lure on St. Claire...I need not mention names, you know which they are since thats what your lure is replicated after. Nonetheless best fo luck muskie fishing in 2002!
western, PA USA - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 08:11:24 (CST)
Come on, you can be more creative than that can't ya????
hello, i'm 16 from ohio. i want to go fishing, my unlce will bring me up there. Are you a charter captain or can you take us fishing next year? Or could we meet you this year to talk to you on some weekend? Thanks, Eric
Eric VonAlmen <sopo_716$hotmail.com>
columbus Grove, oh USA - Saturday, February 02, 2002 at 19:02:26 (CST)
Eric, meet John. John, meet Eric. Now you both have someone to fish with. My work here is done.
sorry. i sent you asking you about going fishing with you.Ididnt read the rest of' your add. INEED SOME ONE TO FISH WITH. people down hear dont fish lake st. clair Can you help me. thank you and good fishing.
john p ryan <musky$loganrec.com>
russells point, oh USA - Thursday, January 31, 2002 at 17:40:32 (CST)
John, meet Eric. Eric, meet John. Now you both have someone to fish with. My work here is done.
I need some help entering the US/Canada boundary into my GPS. I know others have done this on this site. Do I just plot the lat/longs off a chart and plug them into the unit as a route?? I am looking for the most accurate way to do this not necessarily the easiest way.... thanks...yours in muskie...andy
Andy Hartz <ahartz$home.com>
MI USA - Sunday, January 27, 2002 at 10:45:23 (CST)
Hey Andy, that sounds like a good way to do it unless you have the capability to upload custom maps into the unit. I have the same situation with mine and lately for as much as the little green men have been out knowing the border position has become pretty important too.
Patterns June. Saturday. What Patterns will I use?Can't sleep, can't wait, can't decide. "Perch", My Bud and I agree heading for the launch. sipping coffee. Hands allready edgy. "Bass", Pattern is brought up as we prep boat, hopeing Rocketman will agree, where every he is, so we look cool. "Frog", is sung like a chorus , as blue/green silt water breaks the bow and churns in the wash. "Wormy"-"Mackeral", any color... as 3's and 4's Moress Code ta-tat-tat the fish finder. Eye's blue steal, Brain Real-Time, Arsenal T-Square straight and Leathal. "The Rip", How sweet it is, how sweet it is... The CEO of LSC wants to have a chat.. "CEO" Ain't in a Talk'in mood... "CPR" Is all u have to say. "High 5", All around. "Beer Fish", Duh. "Friends", Patterns.
Rochester Hills, MI USA - Thursday, January 24, 2002 at 01:56:17 (CST)
Hmmmm, seems like the loyal Rocketcrew is having a serious case of cabin fever. Damn creative post though!!!!!
This comment is in reference to your comment/observation regarding transducers mounted on stern(back) tell one where they have been. I mounted my transducer close to bow in the bildge of my fiberglass scow and have experienced some frustration in that screen of Hummingbird 400 will blank out on me when I am in Lake St. Clair and will show fish well in South Channel.My humble conclusion is the transducer does not work as well over fiberglass as it does hanging over side or transome in stern.What do you think mighty Rocketman,sir???????????
Jonesville, MI USA - Wednesday, January 23, 2002 at 17:59:01 (CST)
Yo Hopalong, the forward transducer works great but there cannot be any air whatsoever between the face of the transducer and the water. Air bubbles in the fiberglass, the bond between the transducer and the fiberglass, or bubbles moving under the hull all can cause the problems you are having. Of course, you could always put it back on the transom and troll backwards ha ha.
Rocketman, please help!!!! I was trying to get some contact information for the Michigan Ontario muskie club...they got some bad press on the muskie boards and their site seems to be down...I just want info on their club and how to join...Your site is the best
St Germain , Wi USA - Wednesday, January 23, 2002 at 12:16:12 (CST)
Hi JayMan, I am not affiliated with the MOMC, don't have any recent contact information, and can't comment on whatever press they get. Anyone from the the Board of Directors of the MOMC is most welcome to use this board to contact you or post membership information and hopefully they will do so.
Hey all you eastern muskie maniacs(or rocket man)I'm upset because youguys are lucky enough to live where these awsome creatures occur naturallyand it seems like EVERY article I read(MUSKY HUNTER,IN-FISHERMAN)iS caterd to you guys that have big waters to roam.and big money for nicenew boats equiptment& tackle.What about us poor western boys cant we havea piece of the musky pie. SINCERLY YOURS the float tubin fool Tiger Musky Turley
Roy, Ut USA - Sunday, January 20, 2002 at 12:15:52 (CST)
Hey Turly, what do you mean??? You guys get to have the Winter Olympics and the Barnackle Choir and all we get is these old smelly 5 foot long fish. Geeze, the grass is always greener.........
PS I had some muskie slime flavored pizza once and I guarantee you that you wouldn't want a piece of that pie!!!
My complements on another fine display of muskie information on fishing Lake St. Clair for 2001. Made the trip twice this past summer and had a ball using your tips, techniques, AND FISHING REPORTS and the results were that all five of my muskies came from St. Clair this past year with the largest being a FAT 46". Keep up the good work Rocketman, and I can't wait to get my new Terminators! They truely are the baddest and most durable baits I havee ever tied on. Hope I get the chance to meet up with you and Slimetime in "02"....RED ROVER
Chuck Skopelja <chuck.skopelja$nelsonstud.com>
Carmel, IN USA - Tuesday, January 08, 2002 at 15:48:10 (CST)
Now that is some seriously good schmoozing. You guys can learn a lot from Chuck there!
Rocketman - Please update Lunar Tables for Jan, then Feb ...... Ice Fishing data.
Clinton, Mi USA - Friday, January 04, 2002 at 20:03:52 (CST)
Hey Rocketman, I ordered 13 or so lures the same day the form opened up, and have not had a confirmation yet - now I'm worried big time!! My 2 fishing partners were on me every day about getting the order in, gadzooks I can't lose face! Should I punch the order in again, or just wait? Can't stand the thought that I might not get these beauties. Happy New Year to all....
Jon Hartz <jhartz$home.com>
Grosse Pointe, MI USA - Sunday, December 30, 2001 at 10:39:48 (CST)
Hey Rocketman, having trouble pulling up the fishing reports for the end of the 2001 season. Check it out, I have some reports one there that I didn't log in my personal data. I would like to get them so I can analize my year. Thanks.
Ed aboard the Aquadesiac <epascua90$msn.com>
Plymouth , MI USA - Friday, December 28, 2001 at 10:48:20 (CST)
Sorry Ed, I had a little screw-up and temporarily lost the Oct - Dec Fishing Reports. That's what I get for trying to play webmaster under the influence of adult beverages. Don't worry though because I have a spare set at work and I'll upload them when we go back on Jan 3 and then you can analize to your heart's content.
Hello Rocketman. I got my order form and it has been confirmed. Now the wait begins. Sweet anticipation. I am looking forward to using your lures. I have waited a long time for your order form. Just glad I didn't miss it. Hate to think of waiting another year without those T3's. Look forward to using them. Thanks again.
Randy Keck <werealways$outdrs.net>
Kokomo, IN USA - Wednesday, December 26, 2001 at 13:57:19 (CST)
Hi Randy, now that's a lot better than all that whining Jim does. Bet you get yours before him ha ha.
ps merry christmas anyways
USA - Tuesday, December 25, 2001 at 21:46:53 (CST)
hey rocketman why does your order form say it takes 3 months to get lures? i know it doesnt take you 3 months to make them so whats up with that! you need to get some more people working for you so when I want a lure I dont have to wait until next year to get it. how am I suposed to know what color lure the muskys will want next year? and where is my conformation anyways??? do i need to wait till next year for that too??????? thank you
jim glenn <esox35lb$hotmail.com>
redford, mi USA - Tuesday, December 25, 2001 at 21:44:47 (CST)
Hey Jim, if you would have ordered them earlier when I told ya to you'ld have them already so don't come whining now! Besides, trust me, the muskies will still like 'em next year. You are right though...I should hire some people. Anybody know how to paint?
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