These classic lures from decades ago reflect the creativity of their creators and the belief – both real and imagined – that muskies, those mystical monsters of the deep, would devour virtually anything. The menacing power and haunting mystery of one of North America’s most renowned game fish springs to life in the background painting by wildlife artist Scott Zoellick. The lures are aligned on a chunk of driftwood similar to the fate of thousands of other classic baits snagged forever on a log or a stump in an underwater world where muskies rule. The lures pictured included a Chicago Muskie Duck from the 1940s, a Lake O’Woods made in 1932, a Lauby Muskie Spoon from 1930, a C.C. Roberts Mud Puppy created in 1918 and a Marathon Muskie Monk made in 1936.
- Image Size: 9×11 inches, Framed Size: 11×13 inches
- Print has a protective textured finish applied to it, giving it the look and feel of canvas. There is no need for glass.
- It is non-glare, moisture resistant and UV protected. Easy to clean, simply wipe down with a damp cloth as needed.
- Professionally framed in a rustic brown frame with foam board backing, dust cover and wire hanger. Comes safely packaged and ready to hang.
- Each photograph was set up and shot by famed wildlife artist Scott Zoellick and professional photographer James Dowling.