There are a couple of topics on the forums already about tiger musky, click the search button up top and type tiger musky in.
Also another great resource is: http://www.coloradomuskies.com/
I'll let you know when I catch one at pikeview what I got him on, I've had the best luck with spinners as they chase the lure all the way to shore but never take it. I try the figure 8 method when I can but still havent had any latch on. SOON SOON!!!
type in "tiger muskie" up top after you hit the search button. I just tried it and got back lots of results. If you still can't find it here's what I know. The best time to fish for them is in the spring and fall when the sun is coming up and going down. They can be found cruising the shallows along vegetation and by steep dropoffs. Use any lure that is bigger than seven inches such as a mepps muskie marabou, suick, or rapala J-13. The best way to find them is by spot fishing. Walk along the shoreline slowly and quietly and you can see them. Just remember, they are known as the fish of 10,000 casts.