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Northern Pike Fishing near Indian point

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Could anyone tell me if there are any hot cabbage patch area's near indian point. I am also interested in peak shoreline trolling area's. With all the walleye action, I would think there would be some fine nothern action.
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Rick

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Rick -
Haven't fished the edges in Vineland yet, but did have a nice one break me off 2 wks ago on Indian Point. Wasn't thinking pike, so the 6lb line wasn't quite up to the rocks. My net also was a bit small - had it to the boat 3 times, but my partner couldn't get it.
Cabbage seems a bit behind this year. Might be a couple weeks early.
gte

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Rick, If you're familar with the area around Indian Point, about 1/2 way into vineland bay there is a reef or ridge that begins between Eddy's and the inside of Indian Pt. Towards the shore you wil go thru a bit of a hole 25 - 28'..Inside that hole towards the shore it shallows up to 10 - 13' then tappers to weed edges just off shore. Lot's of folk working pike & Muskie on this area! Good Luck, Happy Hook'n Big Jim

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I have also heard that there is a little hump approx 1 mile north and east of Indian point that I don't show on my map. I heard it is a good northern/muskie spot as well as walleyes in the winter. does anyone know anything about this spot. I will agree with previous post that the edge of the cabbage in vineland is very good for pike, especially in august

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Rocky -
The hump you refer to is small. Hopefully those who fish it do so with others in mind. Happy hunting.
gte

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