Around the third week of June, fish species across the region are finished spawning and have transitioned into their summer patterns. During this period, fish are hungry, aggressive, and looking to eat and finding the forage is often the key to good fishing success. Muskies are apex predators that position themselves in their comfort zone near an easy meal. After locating potential areas, anglers can then use powerful side imaging, 360, and Live Scope to pinpoint individual fish.
About The Author
Prior to working as the Digital Director for Lindner Media, Jeff Simpson worked as an In-Fisherman magazine editor and photographer for 22 years. During that time he penned hundreds of articles and traveled throughout North America, capturing thousands of images used on the covers and pages of their magazines. He also played an integral role in In-Fisherman television, radio, books, and videos. For the past 12 years, he has served as the Digital Editorial Director for Outdoor Sportsman Group, which includes: In-Fisherman, Florida Sportsman, Fly Fisherman, Game & Fish and bassfan.com.