Pike

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Ruling pike with weedless spoons

by Gord Ellis | May 11, 2022

Weedless spoons DO work. Very few presentations are more perfectly suited for pike than the weedless spoon.

Pike fighting the line, water splash

How to catch pike in between seasons

by JP Bushey | February 22, 2021

Many of my big pike encounters have occurred in the window between the end of spring first hot days of full-on summer.

Fish wasting in Great Lakes' depths due in part to algae blooms

Winds can leave Erie pike eggs high and dry

by Jeff Helsdon | February 8, 2021

Winds may be responsible for low pike egg survival on Lake Erie, according to Nathan Stott, a Ph.D student at Bowling Green State U. in Ohio.

Pike croquettes served with homemade spicy dip

by Andrew Rochon | January 9, 2020

These crunchy pike bites are the ultimate party finger food. Not a fan of pike? Try them with walleye or perch.

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Identifying walleye, sauger, pickerel, and pike

by Lonnie King | June 13, 2019

If you find yourself tripping over the terms walleye, sauger, pickerel, and pike, you’re not alone. For starters, here in Ontario we interchange…

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Slip-float fishing for winter pike

by Lyle Gayder | February 22, 2019

Using big slip floats to present large shiners to ice-bound pike has become a favourite technique of mine. It works as both a primary method and like a tip-up, as a secondary rod, away from the hut.

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Crazy tricks to lure in fish

by Mike Miller | August 23, 2017

Having spent two decades travelling across Canada and making a living out of fishing, I’ve had to resort to some pretty crazy methods to make fish bite.

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The spring approach to Long Point Bay

by Carrie Cartwright | May 22, 2015

Plenty of perch and pike if you know where to look

Photo by Alyssa Lloyd

Pike do not discriminate

by Guest Author | May 14, 2015

Northern pike season set to open in central Ontario this weekend