Archive for August 7th, 2011
Pike Fish is found in Arctic fresh waters which are large in size and are seen mostly in rivers and lakes. They can feed on everything that floats like Chub, Walleyes, other Pike or Suckers. For Pike Fishing, small lures and baits are not effective and rather Pike Fishing Tackles should be used, although the small Pike can also be sporty on light tackle and would save a dull day on water. The spawning season for Pike is the spring months of May and June during which they frequent the shallow of lakes or warm weeds where they can easily lay eggs and make these spots very attractive for fishing.
The best part is that Pike are one of the easy to catch fish and are generally found around their prey. These are the weedy portions around shoals, bays, islands, rocky areas or at the shores of streams or rivers. These weeds also provide protection to the Pike eggs to which the prey fish get attracted and make it easy for fish hunters to do fishing. The Pike move in the lakes all year round hunting for food in normal water temperature and generally they get caught while fishing due to this frequenting in the shallows.