2012 Classic Muskie Calendar

Toronto artist and Vermilion Bay Lodge guest, Charles Weiss, has created his new 2012 muskie calendar.  You can order one of these beauties for yourself, or as a gift, by going to Chuck’s website at www.charlesweissart.com

Kermit's last leg....

Even if you’re not a muskie fisherman, what better way to get into the fishing mode than by gazing thoughtfully at the underwater turmoil that takes place in the depths of Eagle Lake…..particularly useful on those blustery January days.

A bad case of morning "nest mouth"....

Muskie paintings…

Impress your family with your collection of muskie artwork…all skillfully combined into this useful compendium of all 365 days of the year!  Never lose track of time again.  Made  from 100% real paper!

Miss March....oh, what a babe!!! Hubba, hubba....

 Muskie artwork like you’ve never seen before…

That’s right!  Order yours today and we will send you a “special” limited edition signed version of this Classic Muskie Calendar, with none other than Weissmeister’s own signature!  Sure to be worth something when, in the distant future, Chuck will be gone to that artist studio in the sky.  Quick, phone now!!!!!!!!

7 thoughts on “2012 Classic Muskie Calendar

  1. Now that would be a GREAT idea or maybe pick 2 species from Eagle lake and do each one twice.
    How much I must have missed that?

    1. Classic “perch” calendar? Would it feature a Coleman cooler at sunset? Perhaps a burlap sack “suggestively” bulging with “bull perch”? An underwater action shot of an adult perch guarding it’s weed?

      I think it could be a big seller!

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