Musky Madness: Big flies, big fish and big smiles

Join the musky hunters in Wisconsin this September
bob white  fly fishing musky
Photo: Mike Dvorak

Legendary guide and respected artist Bob White sure knows how to throw a great party. Bob has learned that if he brings fly fishermen together at the right time and in the right place, they can catch huge muskies on fly rods. With that in mind, he’s arranged for some of the world’s best musky guides to rendezvous in northern Wisconsin on September 22, 23 & 24, where they’ll float 10 lucky anglers down the Chippewa and Flambeau rivers in search of massive water wolves.

When the day’s float wraps up, guests and guides will kick back and enjoy life at Chippewa River Lodge. Lisa White, Bob’s wife, will work her magic with breakfasts and dinners. The guides will handle lunches and refreshments on the waters. Oh, and don’t be surprised if acclaimed fly fishing author John Gierach makes an appearance.

If you’re interested in joining Bob White for his exclusive Musky Madness event this September, you have two options. You can write a check for $1800 to secure your slot—hurry, because this epic adventure will sell out quickly—or you can throw your hat in the ring with the Conservation Hawks Musky Madness raffle. Bob and Lisa were kind enough to donate an $1800 slot at Musky Madness to benefit Conservation Hawks. For the price of a ticket — $25 each, 3 for $50, or 7 for $100 — you get a chance at joining Bob’s Musky Madness event, and you also help support an exceptional conservation organization.

bob white and John geirach fly fishing musky
Photo: Mike Dvorak

What does Bob White have to say?

If there’s another freshwater fish that evokes the same awe and passion, I’d be hard-pressed to name it. I admit to you that I’ve been badly bitten by the musky- bug, particularly watching one of these fish come to a fly!

I’d like to share the magic with you.

To this end, I’ve organized a dedicated team of guides and a small group of fly fishermen to fish some of the best musky water in the upper-Midwest. We call it,“Musky Madness.”

There are a limited number of raffle tickets available. Please click here to learn more about Musky Madness, or to purchase your ticket today.