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Some of us guys and gals target pike, so lets see those pics.   Size does not matter. Always nice to see different markings of these toothie critters.

A couple while crappie fishing out in Welland port

This one came in around 27" give or take one.   Very close to the spot where my last pike came from, and on the same Snags created spinnerbait ... I think I have found a winning pattern for

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Gibson pike.
Was out this Am for about 2 hours and no signs of fish.
Threw out everything I had, nada. Talk about disappointing.
This evening, second cast with a white spinner bait, brought
in this 22 inch pike. Guessing with the heat the last few weeks
the pike have gone deeper.DSCN4143.JPG
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On 7/23/2020 at 6:27 PM, мормышка said:

. I don't like handling pikes and muskie by the way. 😝

Go barbless , and I have these 12" needle nose pliers .....and rubber glove .......B)

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59 minutes ago, Tyler0420 said:

Nice gibby pike knightfisher. Maybe try at night just before it gets dark. 

WTG Dan .....   I got 2 carp in the deeper waters there .....pike should come into the shallows at dusk  . 

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2 hours ago, мормышка said:

 

I don't like touching them because they stink with smell that lingers.

We have these masks .......   :rolleyes:

 

....and I know what you mean about "smelly"  fish . Pike have a distinctive odour and even small fish like smelts can easily be i.d, by smell . After a day of having  carp in my rubber net , I know well NOT to leave the net in my van in the heat !  I give the net some time to dry before leaving and carry a big leaf bag for it until I get home ....reverse the bag ,  hose both down and let dry in the shade .  (maybe some pretty smelling spray is in order) ...

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Bluebird skies, mid afternoon.  Put a few casts in one area, and as the lure got close to me was about

to pull it out of the water and this gal took it. What a nice surprise. Was 32 inches.

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Walking the dogs along Gibby this AM, I brought my rod and believe it or not, caught this skinny 22incher on the first cast. That's a first for me.

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14 hours ago, мормышка said:

Caught on a jib. What's a jib? Where do I buy one? :rolleyes:

Ya , the G & B are close together on the key board .... The boy looks like a young Bowen S. who I haven't seen in a long time . ...quite the angler / boat capt. !

....has been corrected in the paper today ....    B)

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New to the forum, saw this thread and got excited. I do most of my fishing up at our cottage located on Kawigimog Lake, just south of the French River.

 

Although I am still learning where the fish are I have managed to learn some areas, and discovered areas to begin the season next year. I'll get one more shot at it this year at Thanksgiving but here is a smaller summer time pike I got this year. 

 

Chris

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34 minutes ago, chris77 said:

New to the forum, saw this thread and got excited. I do most of my fishing up at our cottage located on Kawigimog Lake, just south of the French River.

 

Although I am still learning where the fish are I have managed to learn some areas, and discovered areas to begin the season next year. I'll get one more shot at it this year at Thanksgiving but here is a smaller summer time pike I got this year. 

 

Chris

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Welcome to the forum. Beautiful pic

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Hi Chris77 ...I'm Bill ,  also 77 !   B)  Welcome to the club !

 

We used to rent a cottage at Hartley bay  ( Bee Hive Camp ) at the mouth of the Wanapetei River ....good pike and walleye fishing there . ...lake right beside us there called Pike Lake , lots of fun tossing double white twisters at the weed beds !

 

Beauty lake your on !!  Must be good walleye fishing there as well .

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