Since 2008, Captain Dave Williamson and Musky Stalker Guide Service has guided 100s of clients from all over the U.S. and from other countries like Canada, Sweden, Norway, and the Netherlands on successful Muskie outings. In that time there have been well over 1000 muskies caught on these fishing trips with over 100 Giant fifty plus inchers caught by our clients. With any sort of guiding or fishing experience is everything, nothing can make you more prepared than time on the water. With 1000s of hours and the experience we have, we can tailor a Muskie fishing trip for any client to meet your fishing abilities and give you the best shot a catching a Monster Muskie. We have had clients from 6 to 87 years old catch muskies on my trips. We are not making these statements trying to boast but I do think it’s important for you as the consumer to know if you hire Musky Stalker Guide Service, that you are hiring a guide with the experience and the knowledge to put you on the fish of your dreams.
The lakes that we guide on most of the season are located in the Alexandria or Detroit Lakes areas of Minnesota – just a couple hours from the Twin Cities or Fargo. Miltona, West Battle, Big Detroit, Pelican and Lobster lakes are considered by many to be among the best musky waters in Minnesota. Over the years my clients and I have caught numerous 50″ class fish from each one of these lakes.
Muskie Fishing Guide Service for: Central and Northern Minnesota lakes, including Big Detroit, Miltona, West Battle, Pelican, and Lobster. These Lakes are located near Alexandria or Detroit Lakes, MN. I also guide in Northern MN on Leech lake, Cass lake and Mille Lacs. Please note that all muskies caught by Musky Stalker Guide Service, LLC will be released to ensure the future of our limited resource.
Who needs a fishing license in Minnesota? Any resident of Minnesota age 16–90 is required to carry a valid permit when fishing. Children under 16 and seniors over 90 who live in Minnesota can fish without a license. If you’re from out of state, however, you will need a license if you’re over 16 without exception.
Gear Provided: Rods & Reels (Musky Innovations & Shimano ), Lures ( Over $6,000 of lures for your use), Life vests, Proper release tools and safety equipment, Accurate measuring board (Needed for Replica Measurements)
Other Things You Need to Bring for your Muskie Fishing Trip: Valid fishing license, Polarized glasses, Sun block, Food & Beverages, Camera, Rain Suit / Warm Clothing, Optional Rods & Reels
Fishing Boat(s) Provided:
2009 20ft Skeeter WX2000T (great musky boat – tons of room)2009 Skeeter
2010 Yamaha 115 four stroke outboard
Lowrance GPS/Sonars: Lcx-37c hd (rear), Lcx-27c hd (bow)
Minnkota 101lb thrust Terrova
Location: Address: 411 Lake St., Alexandria, MN 56308 | Tel: (320) 491-2898 | Musky Stalker Guide Service Website | Facebook Page | E-mail: email@example.com |
About Captain Dave Williamson: Captain Dave has found many patterns and lures that catch muskies throughout the season on the waters that he fishes. He takes a hands on approach when it comes to teaching you how to successfully use these tactics and lures. His number one goal is to make sure that you catch a muskie, but he also strives to teach you some things on the water that will make you a better all around muskie fisherman in the future. Musky Stalker Guide Service is fully licensed and insured.
Fishing Big Detroit Lake: Big Detroit is a 3,067 acre lake located in the city of Detroit Lakes, MN. Since 1989 Big Detroit has been stocked every other year with 3,500 Leech Lake strain of muskie fingerlings. Recently this lake has become recognized as one of the top muskie lakes in Minnesota. With a healthy forage base and a large number of muskies, there is a real opportunity to catch a musky of a lifetime. We have been catching some real nice 50″s out here for the last few years, but what I consider unique to this lake is that we have had many days that we have boated multiple 50″s on the same trip! That is something rare on any muskie waters.
Detroit Lakes Minnesota Fishing Guide Services & Charters
The Detroit Lakes area abounds with beautiful parks, lakes, rivers, hiking & biking trails and more . . .
Detroit Lakes, Becker County, and the surrounding area offers so many recreational and outdoor activities that it is difficult to fit them into one visit. With over 400 lakes within a 25-mile radius, and with beautiful rivers and streams (not to mention the Mississippi Headwaters), many parks and trails have been created to provide public access.
Parks, such as the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge, provide cross-country and snow mobiling trails in the winter– and even more trails for hiking and biking during the spring, summer and fall months.
You can also enjoy the natural beauty from your car. The Lake Country Scenic Byway is an 88-mile corridor that follows Highways 34 and 71. Along its route, the Byway uniquely spans three different types of geographic terrain.
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