canceled — 2018 MCMI Panfish Tournament

Due to a number of circumstances, we are canceling the Panfish Tournament that was scheduled for 4/28 this year. We may revisit this idea sometime in the future, but this years event had to be canceled.

Milwaukee Chapter of Muskies INC is pleased to announce their first annual MCMI Panfish Tournament.  Think of this an Ice Fisheree with out the ice!!  The goal is a fun day on the water with family and friends with a friendly competition to see who can catch the longest fish of each species and heaviest bag limit.  This tournament will also help curb the panfish overpopulation that is occurring on Pewaukee.  It also coincides with Smokey’s Mistake on the Lake, so grab your new lures for musky season before/after fishing the tournament.  It’s the perfect time to made sure your boat is running and mark up those new weed lines on you GPS!!


2018 Guide Raffle

This fundraiser generated a lot of interest last year, and we’ve decided to run it again this year. All proceeds go towards stocking our local lakes.

Tickets will once again be $5 each or 3 for $10. Tickets will be available at the expos, bait swap, meetings, and at the drawing.

Drawing date will be Saturday, April 28th at Curly’s Waterfront (following the Panfish Tournament). Need not be present to win.

Guides for 2018

  • Mike Koepp – Pewaukee
  • Joel Walczak – Pewaukee
  • Ryan Grant – Green Bay
  • Ty Sennett – Hayward

2018 Pewaukee Classic Saturday May 12

MCMI’s Pewaukee Classic is back again for it’s 34th year and is slated for Saturday May 12.  This is a fund raising tournament.  Much of the money raised is used to benefit our Muskie rearing and stocking effort for Okauchee and Pewaukee Lakes.  The monies raised are also used for monthly programs, summer youth outings, our veterans memorial outing, the publication of our news letter and much more.

The Pewaukee Classic brochure, Tournament Rules and registration form can be found here:


2017 Pewaukee Classic Results

Our Fundraising event, The Pewaukee Muskie Classic, celebrated its 33rd anniversary this season. The money raised is used for our many club programs including our Muskie rearing and stocking effort for Lac LaBelle, Okauchee and Pewaukee Lakes, youth outings, our veterans’ memorial outings, monthly membership meetings with guest speakers and much more. Over one hundred anglers participated, with beautiful weather conditions. 25 new entrants fished the tourney, and 75% of anglers were returning fisherman from previous years. Some of the winners of the event included:

Tackle / bait box winner – Wayne Jelinski
Rod / reel combo winner – Daelyn Petzke
Minnkota winner – Robert Petzke
Big fish winners – Robert Liebel 38.5″, Geoff Verges 38″, and Jim Dembiec 35.5″
Canadian trip – silent auction went to Gene and Mike Pokora

Thanks to Bryan Blanke for coordinating the Pewaukee Classic! It is a pivotal event for helping finance much of the Chapter’s stocking efforts, and this year was definitely a success. Because of all of Bryan’s hard work over the years running the Pewaukee Classic, and because of his dedication to the club, he was named to the Gil Hamm Award. Congratulations Bryan!

Thanks to all other people who also volunteered their time. Thanks to all of our sponsors, including Minn Kota, St. Croix, Plano, Carhartt, Sussex Bowl, Team Rhino Outdoors, Bondy Baits, Smokey’s Muskie Shop and Frabill for their assistance and very generous donations.

2017 Fall Championship Open 9/30/2017

20160514_142919Milwaukee Chapter of Muskies Inc is pleased to announce their 2016 Fall Championship Open Tournament will be held on September 30, 2017 on Pewaukee Lake. This is a payout-fundraising tournament. The purpose of this tournament is to attract new members and raise funds for club programs. This includes but not limited to muskie rearing and stocking efforts for area lakes, monthly membership meetings with guest speakers, youth outings, and veterans’ memorial outings.

There are some changes in this years tournament entrance fee’s. In addition there is a rule change of no live bait.

You can Download and print the electronic tournament document for complete details.

2017 Pewaukee Classic – 33rd Annual – May 13, 2017

20160514_142919The Pewaukee Muskie Classic is a fund raising tournament. This year, we’re celebrating the 33rd anniversary of this event. The money raised is used for our many club programs including our Muskie rearing and stocking effort for Lac LaBelle, Okauchee and Pewaukee Lakes, youth outings, our veterans’ memorial outings, monthly membership meetings with guest speakers and much more.
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2017 MCMI Guide Raffle

This is a new fundraiser for stocking our area lakes that we’ll be having this year. Four generous guides each donated a 1/2 day guide trip, with all proceeds of the tickets going towards stocking our local lakes. Tickets are $5 each, or 3 for $10. A big thanks to the guides that donated:

Mike Koepp – Pewaukee – http://mikekoepp.com/
Joel Walczak – Pewaukee – http://www.daveslegacy.com/
Rick Godager – Pewaukee – https://www.facebook.com/RGS-Guide-Service-284441695277383/
Ryan Grant – Green Bay – http://www.trgoutdoors.com/

The drawing will be at 6pm on Sunday, April 30th at Curly’s Waterfront, need not be present to win.

To get your tickets, contact Brian Mirek at brimirek@gmail.com or 414-807-4122, or buy them at our February, March, or April meetings.

MCMI Annual Election – 2017

Machine Shed – 7:00pm
N14 W24145 Tower Place (I-94 & WIS 164 Exit 294), Pewaukee, WI 53072.

As if we haven’t had enough of elections, the Milwaukee Chapter of Muskies Inc will have our 2017 elections at our normal meeting location next week Tuesday 11/15 at 7pm. All members are welcome, and encouraged, to come vote.

Vice President
Regional Vice President

We hope to see you there.


Fall Championship Open 2016

Milwaukee Chapter’s annual Fall Championship Open took place Saturday, September 24th, on Pewaukee Lake. Of the 11 teams that participated, 2 caught fish: Brian and Dave Mirek took 1st place, catching three Musky (38”, 41.5”, and 39.5”). Geoff Verges took 2nd, with one fish (39”). This is a payout fundraising tournament, with the purpose of attracting new members and raising funds for club programs (such as stocking). Thank you to all who fished this event in support of the Chapter!