The Musky (or Muskellunge) fish is a green, brown, or light silver in color with dark vertical stripes on the side, usually turning into spots. Muskies have a flat head, an elongated, large body, and a large mouth filled with long pointy teeth. Markings and coloration vary. Musky typically range from 28-48" long and weigh 15-35 lbs, but some have reached 70lbs and 6 feet long!
Muskellunge are one of the most sought-after freshwater game fish in North America. Musky are are fast and aggressive, a large predatory freshwater fish. Musky's have earned the nickname “the fish of a thousand casts”.
Muskellunge (Musky) are native to North America, including the St. Lawrence River, Hudson Bay, the Great Lakes, and the Mississippi River basins. Muskellunge currently live in large lakes and rivers in the northern United States into Canada.
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