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Biggest Fish Of The Trip

Biggest Fish Of The Trip
Dad's Northern Pike from Lac Suel

Jeff Butler

Twin Lakes Wisconsin



On a very cold and windy day, we ducked behind a small island to take cover from the biting wind. Trolling small spinner baits with minnows, trying to land some big walleye, Dad hooked this big pike. We have a camp derby, and this fish won our boat the trophy. Another nearby boat from our camp was nice enough to loan us their scale since ours only went to 16lbs.

Species: Northern Pike

Date Caught: 11/14/2012




Kept / Released: Released

Region of Catch: Region 4

Length: 43inches


Weight: 23

Lure / Bait used: Lure | small orange spinner Spinner bait

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