Check out our very first episode of the Team Rhino Outdoors Musky Fishing Podcast where we talk to Brad Ruh who owns Musky Innovations. This week our topic is the Bull Dawg and it's history. Check out this Podcast --> HERE
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Check out a new episode of the Back Lash Podcast by clicking --> HERE. This week we talk to veteran and musky angler Chris Piha. Chris is also part owner of Llungen Lures. We dive into a variety of topics including the homework Chris is doing to find new musky water when he makes a move in early 2021.
If you just can't get enough musky talk we decided to add another podcast to the mix. Our Back Lash Podcast is still rolling and will continue to come out every Wednesday. This new podcast is all about musky baits and the reason behind their existence. You can find new episodes bi weekly on Mondays. Find this new podcast by clicking --> HERE
This week we talk with Todd Schulz of Musky Moon Guide Service. We talk about fall fishing on rivers, sucker fishing, and the value of Panoptix vs Side Imaging. Check out new episodes every Wednesday. If you need gear to get out musky fishing visit Team Rhino Outdoors (www.teamrhinooutdoors.com) and Musky Mayhem Tackle (www.muskymayhemtackle.com)
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This week we talk with Jason Hamernick who guides in Minnesota. The conversation is mostly about fall fishing and chasing the biggest fish in the system. We put out new musky related episodes every Wednesday free of charge on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, Pod Bean, Tune In Radio, and iHeart Radio. Check out this episode HERE
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This year seems to consist of baits that are smaller or bigger than their predecessors and the 22 Long is no different. This bait is about 2" bigger than the 22 short which came out 2 yrs ago. The deep diving lip gets this bait down to places not many crankbaits this size can reach. The 22 Long has super loud rattles to really get this bait noticed. A great addition to the angler who likes to cast and troll. Check out the video below to see this bait in action.