Wisconsin’s Muskie season opens tomorrow (Saturday). Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist Zach Lawson says anglers can expect some good action and a healthy number of fish. He also says to expect to see more muskies than 20 years ago, and that they’re seeing bigger fish than they’ve documented in a long time. The state minimum limit is 40 inches and one fish per day, but many waters have specific limits. Regulations can be found at dnr.gov.

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