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    Re: Favorite Pike lures?

    Leave it to Woody to take us off topic!



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    Re: Favorite Pike lures?

    I wouldn't have strayed if someone hadn't put a fancy picture up!

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    Re: Favorite Pike lures?

    I actually do not have any overall favorite, but I mostly fish with these. IMO spinnerbaits are more productive in shallow water, means from 10 feet and up, where the rest works well at depths from 10 to 20 feet.

    Spinners: Spinnerbaits from Beekerman, Double Colorado blades from Shumway tackle or Musky mayhem

    Dive and rise: Suick 9"

    Swimbaits: SuperD regulars

    Gliders: Buster jerk, or Glidin rap in the spring
    Born to fish, work to live

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    Re: Favorite Pike lures?

    I found when I fished the islands and the GTA that most of the Pike I picked up, all came on dark patterned mepps spinners. Did pick a few up on small lures/plugs.

    Different to here in england where I find big/bright baits pick out the fish.

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    Re: Favorite Pike lures?

    Anything red and white seems to work for me. The bigger the better.

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    Re: Favorite Pike lures?

    Ive caught nice fish on the Rapala Tail Dancer Silver Shad #9 and
    I also Caught a nice 5Ibs Northern while practice casting with a new
    Rapala Red and White Sub Walk.

    I beleive gliding and twiching lures have come into there own when going after inactive
    fish.

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