Minnesotan Gabe Schubert landed his first muskie on the fly in 1994 at age 14 while casting for smallmouth bass. It was an incidental catch but provided the motivation for Schubert to begin creating bigger flies and start targeting "big toothies," as he calls them. His personal-best muskie now measures 49 inches, and his flies--massive concoctions of bucktail, saddle feathers, and Flashabou--are so beautifully crafted, they were featured in a Stillwater, Minn., art show in 2013. While flattered, Schubert purposely priced the flies insanely high so no one would buy them. These are, after all, his babies.