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Hey guys,

I got a buddy that just moved on prior and loves pike, but not much of a fisherman. I'm hoping to take him out this weekend to find some snot rockets. Anyone have any ideas where to find them? Thanks for the help guys.

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toonfish

I fish Prior quite a bit and don't run in to many Pike in the summer confused.gif In the winter I have caught some real nice fish on tip-ups......I would like to find them in the summer too, but I have had a tough time.....not one summer pike in three years????

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BigWadeS

I would find the transition along the weedline and when the water temps go high, start to look deep in the shadows...I am not familar with Prior but looking at the map of it, it looks similar to a lake I have fished in the summer time...good luck still fun hunting for 'em

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JOHN T jr.

Try the NORTH side of Martinsons island. From shore to the first break at about 15 to 18 feet.

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