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Mission Statement

Muskies Inc. is an active, service-oriented, non-profit organization with the single focus of improving the sport of muskie fishing for men, women and children.

Our mission is to unite all muskie fishing interests for the promotion and protection of a high quality muskellunge sport fishery in the United States and Canada.

We will accomplish this by supporting conservation practices and research based on sound scientific merit, and carried out by authorized federal or state agencies, appropriate academic institutions, Muskies Inc. chapters, and their members.

We are committed to the abatement of water pollution; maintenance of records for muskies habits, growth and range and the dissemination of muskie information to every one. 

Adopted, April 2002


Since 1982 the Illini Muskies Alliance(IMA) has been the unified voice of muskie anglers across Illinois. Through our work with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, we have made significant strides toward improving and protecting Illinois muskie fishing opportunities. Much of this work will soon be detailed on our project page. Our Voluntary Creel Survey, and the Educational Trailer are just two of the many ways that the IMA continues to improve the Illinois Muskie Fishery. We also are currently pursuing several other stocking, educational, and conservation efforts in cooperation with the Illinois DNR. Through the support of anglers like you, the Illini Muskies Alliance will continue its pursuit to improve and protect the Muskie Fishery in Illinois. 

Illinois Muskies Alliance
The concept of the Quad City Conservation Alliance is to provide a mechanism for achieving the aims of protecting, preserving, and enhancing the natural resources and the quality of life in the Quad City area through joint action. Over $1, 200,000 has been invested in the Quad Cities for conservation activities since 1984 through the efforts of the QCCA.