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Big Pike with 111 Crappies in Stomach

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walleye29us

Wow!!!!!! Thats incredible. Just shows how much a big pike can eat!

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1eyeReD

Holy cow.

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stellarfisher

Hoax! Saw this picture over the winter.  Was supposed to be from Big Stone, when I saw it.

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delcecchi

Yeah, I remember that picture too.

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Mike #1

I bet it is related to the record Rainy Lake 55" pike.:D

 

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walleye29us

Are you guys saying this is NOT a Mille Lacs walleye?

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Sculpin

It is in fact a  Northern Pike, not a walleye. It remains to be seen if it came out of Mille Lacs.

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eyeguy 54

Pike caught with 111 crappies...

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111 crappies in it's stomach.

​good thing there is no blood in the pic or you would be in big trouble!!   lolo ;) ;) 

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Rick

​good thing there is no blood in the pic or you would be in big trouble!!   lolo ;) ;) 

​Read the fine print with respect to meat/fish/poultry being cleaned :)

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eyeguy 54

ya sure you betcha...  :grin:

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walleye29us

LMAO, I guess i should double check my posts. Ya ever here that song"i got stoned and i missed it"

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