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How To Catch Pike

How To Catch Pike

by Dan Johnson 0

As waters warm and the rigors of the spawn pass, pike are open to a wide presentational palette, from basic… more »

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Programs for Spring Pike

by Dan Johnson 0

Spring is prime time for pike. The Prespawn and Postspawn periods offer excellent odds at catching giants, along with oodles… more »

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Pike Patterns Spring-To-Summer

by Cory Schmidt 0

Pike patterns for the spring-to-summer shift Needless notions of dreadful fishing aside, the word transition often merely implies a change… more »

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Soft Baits For Pike

by Matt Straw 0

Pick a softbait. Anything 3 to 10 inches long will do. Put it on a single hook or jig with… more »

Bull Dawgs For Summer Muskie

Bull Dawgs For Summer Muskie

by Dan Johnson 0

  A stroll down the aisles of any muskie-minded tackle shop worth its salt stirs the senses with a legion… more »

Spoons For Pike

Spoons For Pike

by Dan Johnson 3

  The strike-stirring wobble and flash of spoons has seduced countless otherwise cautious gators over the years, and continues to… more »

Pike Length To Weight Conversion Chart

Pike Length To Weight Conversion Chart

by Dr. Rob Neumann 0

Several methods are available to estimate the weight of a fish. Some use length as well as girth measurements. Weight… more »

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Quick Strike Rig Pike

by Dan Johnson 1

The heart of quick-strike rigging hinges on two trebles—typically #6 or #4—as smaller hooks yield better hooking rates than larger… more »

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Great Lakes Pike Secrets

by Matt Straw 1

Spoons splashed down somewhere in the gloomy pre-dawn of Saginaw Bay. Our minds pictured green torpedoes firing out of the… more »

Pike: Freshwater's Perfect Engine

Pike: Freshwater’s Perfect Engine

by Dr. Rob Neumann 0

Pike are built to eat fish: elongated snout, strong jaws, and a mouth full of gnarly teeth; eyes strategically set… more »

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