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Pete Maina puts the pedal to the metal in search of fantastic fishing on numerous lakes in northern Wisconsin. Riding along is veteran guide, Jim Hudson and muskie super fan, Rick Palmer. Lots of fish catching action and a special musical appearance from fishin’ rocker, Brian Schram round out this exciting episode.
Muskie maniac, Pete Maina ventures into the heart of Minnesota’s big fish country on a mission to connect with a Leech Lake monster. He’ll get some help from Lowrance’s Chris Meyer and longtime muskie buddy, Rusty Lilyquist. Catch this episode Tuesday @ 1pm EST and again Thursday @ 10am EST on NBC Sports Network! Show Preview: http://bit.ly/xUVlFJ
Pete & Tex Maina and Esox Lucius expert, Jack Penny, venture 150 miles just shy of the arctic circle to Lac la Marte, in Canada’s Northwest Territory. Catch this episode Tuesday, Jan. 17th @ 1pm EST and again Thursday, Jan. 19th @ 10am EST on NBC Sports Network! Check out the show preview!
Ever try your hand at Fly Fishing? Be sure to tune in this week to see Pete Maina fly fish for giant northern pike! Tuesday @ 1:00 pm EST and Thursday @ 7:30 am EST on the Versus Network.
Pete Maina and his father Tex on their annual Father/Son Fishing Trip with John Gillespie at Andy Meyers Lodge in Eagle Lake, Ontario CA.
Show Date: August 29th & 30th, 2009
Location: St. Lawrence Seaway; Montreal, Canada
Pete travels to Montreal on the St. Lawrence Seaway, with John Gillespie along with guide and friend Marc Thorpe. As per usual, we are targeting the great muskellunge, and Marc has us on the spots that produce big fish. We get just a sample of what can be had all summer long on this wonderful fishery.
We start out casting, working what seem to be endless weed-lines, all along we are thinking “You never know when Mr. Muskie is going to make your day”. The seaway has hundreds of miles of prime muskie water, Intertwined with the casting, we troll to take a break, but it’s really no break at all! We land some monsters trolling too!
Pete and John discuss some techniques for using Berkley Gulp!, while Tex does all the catchin’: