General weather patterns—more specifically, water temperatures—tell Hulbert where fish might be holding. This is the first piece of the puzzle. Part two is the daily weather pattern, such as fronts, clouds, wind, and sunlight. The conditions dictate what he throws, and how deep and how fast he fishes. With both pieces of the puzzle in place, Hulbert can find fish and present baits in a precise strike zone. Here’s a closer look at his strategy for muskies up North or down South.