The May/June 2013 issue of MUSKIE was posted to the MI Members website on April 10, 2013.
The January/February issue remains on our public website for non-members to view.
*** Accepting Resumes for MUSKIE Editor and Assistant Editor positions through May 31, 2013 ***
Muskies Inc. is accepting resumes for two (2) contract service provider positions through May 31, 2013. Please send resumes by email to all three members of the review team: President Jay Zahn (firstname.lastname@example.org), Communications VP Ron Teschner (email@example.com), and Editor Kevin Richards (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Editor is responsible for producing six (6) issues of MUSKIE Magazine per year. Duties include soliciting, reviewing, and editing content from authors, MI officers, MI chapters, and other news sources; working closely with editorial staff, advertising sales team, and volunteers; coordination of layout and printing with the printing contractor; ensuring all materials are posted to the printing FTP site by established deadlines; processing and tracking compensation for authors; providing input for the annual budget relative to MUSKIE; ensuring MUSKIE and related documents are posted to the MI website. The Editor must be proficient using MS Word and MS Excel; proficiency with Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat is also beneficial. The Editor is a self-employed contract service provider who reports to the VP of Communications and the President.
The Assistant Editor is responsible for assisting with the production of six (6) issues of MUSKIE Magazine per year. Duties include assisting the Editor with all duties as needed; recommending and producing the cover of each issue of MUSKIE; reviewing and editing all photos appearing in the magazine; providing caption document with thumbnails for each feature article; posting all photos to printing FTP site; designing magazine centerfolds and collages as needed; maintaining a digital library of photos to be used in the magazine, on the MI website, and in other MI publications; designing in-house ads for Muskies Inc. programs (such as the annual calendar and commemorative lure). The Assistant Editor must be proficient using MS Word, Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat. The Assistant Editor is a self-employed contract service provider who reports to the Editor, VP of Communications, and the President.
This page will be updated periodically with news shorts which will often be expanded upon in the full versions of MUSKIE.
Welcome to Muskies Inc. - the largest fishing and conservation organization in the world dedicated to the conservation of muskellunge and the enjoyment of muskie fishing. Please join us and support our mission; you can make a difference! You will also make new friends, receive every copy of MUSKIE Magazine, and gain full access to our Lunge Log - an amazing database with details on over 300,000 muskies caught and released by our members.
We hope you enjoy reading MUSKIE Magazine. Each new issue will be available on-line to our members approximately 2 weeks before the printed versions are mailed. If the on-line version is all you need, please contact our Administrative Secretary and ask to have your membership changed to on-line only. This will allow Muskies Inc. to redirect some of our printing and mailing expenses to other important projects.
Make sure you check out the other tabs on this page for News Alerts and other announcements. Kevin Richards, Editor
The Hugh C. Becker Grant Committee of the Twin Cities Chapter of Muskies, Inc. announced the recipients of grants totaling $93,400 for 2012. Listed below, in chronological order, is the impressive list of grants which will benefit muskie fisheries, research and youth thanks to the foresight and generosity of Hugh Becker.
Minnesota DNR, Bemidji Field Office, muskie trap-netting equipment: $4,000
Chapter 5, Pomme de Terre, matching funds to replace damaged netting over a muskie-raising pool at Lost Valley Hatchery in Missouri: $700
Chapter 21, North Metro, funds to assist 4 Minnesota DNR Fisheries Offices (West Metro, Little Falls, East Metro, Montrose) with muskie management and research equipment: $8,800
Chapter 1, Twin Cities, for promoting, organizing, and operating the Minnesota High School muskie-fishing championship program: $1,500
Chapter 5, Pomme de Terre, for educational shelters at the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area near St. Charles, MO: $3,100
Chapter 6, First Wisconsin, youth outings/fishing equipment: $700
University of Illinois/Illinois Natural History Survey, continuing support of the Dam Escapement Study (Dr. David Wahl and graduate student Max Wolter): $2,500
Pennsylvania Fish Commission, assist with equipment rental and purchase for muskie tagging program at the Linesville State Fish Hatchery: $8,100
Chapter 24, Brainerd Lakes, matching funds to continue partial funding of the Pelagic Habitat Preference of Muskellunge and Cisco Study, Elk Lake (Itasca State Park): $6,800
Chapter 37, St. Cloud Chapter, youth programs, including Lake George Outing (with Big Brothers & Big Sisters) and Waite Park Family Fun Festival: $2,000
Chapter 20, Between the Lakes, matching funds for Turning Leaf Youth Program: $4,000
Long Lake Conservation Center, Palisade, MN, assist with purchase of equipment for the new youth fishing camp: $2,000
Chapter 29, Upper Great Plains, support construction of electric fish barrier on West Okoboji Lake, Iowa (with consideration of IL Dam Escapement Study results): $5,700
Chapter 16, Three Rivers, Minnow/Feed Project, Linesville State Fish Hatchery, PA: $2,000
Leech Lake Area Watershed Foundation, land acquisition for the protection of habitat and muskie spawning grounds in Miller Bay of Leech Lake: $10,000
Chapter 39, Fox River Valley, stocking of muskie fingerlings, Fox Chain of Lakes (and possibly Loon Lake), Illinois: $3,000
Chapter 39, Fox River Valley, youth activities through the Illinois Urban Fishing Program: $1,500
Muskies Canada, Inc., Lake Simco Muskellunge Restoration Project: $8,000
Chapter 13, Hayward Lakes, continued support of stocking program: $4,000
2016 Muskie Symposium, to commemorate the fifty-year (50) anniversary of Muskies, Inc., the Hugh C. Becker Foundation is interested in sponsoring the proposed Muskie Symposium to be held in the Twin Cities area. Funds will go to an escrow account with additional deposits annually to defray anticipated expenses. Other contingencies and consideration will be made public as time approaches: $15,000
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