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Giant_Jackpot

Mid-June Pike?

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Greetings,

Anyone out there willing to give a little advice on mid to late June pike fishing? We were up last year and stayed towards the east end on the American side and were surprised we did not see any pike. No need to give up any secret spots, just general tactics would be appreciated.

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HI G.P.,

THE BEST TIME TO CATCH BIG PIKE IN RAINY, IS AS SOON AS THE ICE LEAVES THE LAKE. FISHING IN THE SHALLOW BAYS, SUCH AS DOVE BAY CAN BE AWESOME., AS THE LAKE HEATS UP, YOU WILL STILL FIND THEM IN THE CABBAGE, OR MOVING OUT INTO DEEPER WATER. HOPE THIS HELPS.

SINCERELY,

FISHMIESTER

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Hey fish, thanks for the reply. Any mid June pike tactics you like for fishing around the islands in the Kawawia Island area? That is where we are going to be staying. Thanks.

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