Northern Canadian Pike are reputed to be among the wiliest fish around the globe. You can be sure that the huge Northern Canadian Pike at the end of your rod, thrashing away, is giving you among the hardest and most challenging catches you have ever experienced in your angling career as an adventurous fisherman.
These fish sure know where to hide and how to fight. Where and how do you find them throughout the fishing season?
If you can find the Pike in a less belligerent mode or when you are fishing areas of lakes that where the water is stained, a prop bait like a Splash-Tail that will sputter across the surface will cause the Pike to make that stab. Pop baits can also be deadly when the killer Pike are resting beside isolated forms of cover such as giant deadheads poking their nose above the waters.
If you wait until the water is good and cold, such as may well occur in the late fall season or in the early springtime you may well have great luck with the Pike of the seas. The Pike can best be found around rock structures. You might well try to catch a jerkbait during these cold water spring or late fall time fishing expeditions. The jerkbaits are not...