Pike Fishing Tips
Pike fishing tips can help you locate and catch more pike than you thought was possible. Pike can be difficult to catch because of where they live and their sharp teeth. Arm yourself with knowledge by reading these pike fishing tips.
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Imaging your fishing pole being attacked by a car traveling at highway speed -- that's what it's like when a pike hits your line. What are the best places to fish for this ferocious predator?
Every species has its own pick-up line. If you're a female pike fish and an agile male pike manages to nudge you in the abdomen with his tail, it's a sure sign that he's interested in a long-term relationship.
By Simon Shadow
Whether holding a pike to remove the hook or take a picture -- or whatever reason has you holding a live fish, there is one tried and true grip among avid anglers.
If you've ever fought what you thought was a big catch on your line only to pull in a little pike, you know how tough these toothy fish can be. But if you want to catch a pike, you don't have to leave it to chance.