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Cyberfish

Where do the Pike go when it is windy?

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Cyberfish

I Went fishing a few weeks ago and got lots of big pike. It was calm.

Whent back in two weeks, it was windy and wavy and the water was all stirred up and murky, I got skunked!

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kupcho

The pike are in the same spots. You just need to use a flashy lure to catch them. I've caught a lot of northerns in the wind with flashy lures. And if you can run a lot of line out that works well too.
Good luck.

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Cyberfish

Kupcho, thanks for your reply.

I did use the brightest and flashiest lures imagineable, in fact that is what worked the first time. I worked all the same weedbeds I fished the first time and have little doubt that if the pike were there, they saw my lures. There was lots of thunder and lighting the night before, mabye that had something to do with it?

Cyb

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