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If you want to take the fish,

don't pass up the good shot when you have it. It may not come back. Wait for the shot you want; then once it is there take it.

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Couple of pike that showed up for a photo op this morning. 

Here is a pike I got on Saturday the 20th. 39" 18.4 lbs. She tasted great out of the smoker!

Thanks. The skinny pike is my very first dark house pike. This is kind of my son's gig. He was interested so I helped him get into it. Today I got a turn with the spear I made for him a couple years a

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If you want to take the fish,

don't pass up the good shot when you have it. It may not come back. Wait for the shot you want; then once it is there take it.

couldn't said it better myself merk

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got this nice 25 lber the other day...came in to a 9 inch red and white bear creek decoy...haha!!!

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Thanks for the great pictures and they are nice fish. Fish'n guy did you smoke that big thing? browning_gold yea nice fish and the big smiles help top the pictures off.
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I finally got my spearing clip, just gotta find out how to edit it and post it, I got an 7-8lber at noon today stuck em right in the snout, which is what I aimed for cuz I didnt want the fish to shake loose, guess having lost one to a shake off made me nervous, but now Im 4 fer 4 with my new spear, Ill post pics tomorrow, and hopefully the video, kinda funny cuz I lost my rod for my live decoy in the midst of spearing the fish and then the fish spun and ended up snagging my line n pole so when I pulled the fish outta the water the pole came up too! I have to video of it fallin, my gf swore so Im trying to edit it so I can put it up, or maybe Ill youtube it then give you guys the link!

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Time is starting to run out, we are only a month away from the end of the season.

Good luck and Keep taking them photos!

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maybe a 30 incher

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maybe a 37 incher

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same fish as in next photo

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maybe a 30 incher

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maybe a 27 incher

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maybe a 33 incher

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I felt like seeing some bigger fish, so I moved the spear house to a protected slot lake. I likely won't get the spear wet the entire time I'm on the the lake. Good opportunities for some pics!

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Jameson: Outstanding pics. How big do you estimate fish #3 is. She's looks like a brute.

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photo 1 is maybe a 30 incher. Photo 2 maybe a 37 incher. photo 3 and 4 are same fish. Photo 4 was taken seconds after photo 3. Maybe a 30 incher. Photo 5 maybe a 27 incher. Photo 6 maybe a 33 incher. Setup in 7 FOW. That decoy sucker is pretty good size. Crappie decoy ain't all that big, maybe 5 inches long.

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whats the slot limit?

24"-36" protected

I ain't spearing anything unless I am sure it's 40+ inches. So, like I wrote earlier, it's very doubtful I will be getting the spear wet. Would be happy if ANY of them decided to bite my sucker-on-hook, though.

Thanks for all the comments everyone. I will try to get some more photos soon.

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Awesome pics! I don't spear, mostly just like sight-fishing. I'd love to get in on a lake like that, it's been several years since i lived in an area that had pike that size that i could see on a consistant basis.

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Found a way to get the spear wet! 30" Right behind the head.

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Muskrat took up residence. Had to move the house. Sorry, no pike pics.

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Nice pics. The mountains in the background are cool and the pic of jr is awesome. He looks like a happy little guy.

Ps I got an orange hat just like jr's.

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