What is Pike Fishing

Often confused with Northern Pike, Pike mesh is indeed a member of the great family of the esox where its latin name “Esox Niger.” He is also known under several other names such as river Pike, pickerel, Pike of herbs, and the American, the pickerel, jack, federation pickerel, water wolf eastern and finally, the mud pickerel.

What is Pike Fishing

Pike mesh a species of Quebec?

It is common to catch this brave warrior in Quebec, the range of mesh Pike is very broad. It extends South from Quebec to Florida and stretches laterally to Texas. So it is possible for all the ‘snow birds’ Quebecers to continue that fishing once in Florida (for those who stay, you will always have the privilege to fish under the ice)!

Where to find the mesh Pike?

Summer mesh Pike like the calm and warm waters which lie between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius. You will find it there where the vegetation is abundant and where the water is not very deep. Don’t be afraid to cast your line in thick cover near the shore. Mesh Pike is known to sometimes leap out of the water to attack flying insects or even decoys left near the forearm rowboat in a vacuum!

Pike mesh this fishing in the rivers, often in small grassy bays, in the Lakes, especially in the shallow areas and even in small ponds.

Winter, mesh Pike is still active however he likes more a little more deep pools located not very far from shallow bays. It goes back into the shallows to feed on the forage fish.

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Power

Pike mesh, faithful to the habits of the members of the family of the esox, Hunt by ambush. He finds refuge near a submerged structure or a grove of aquatic grass and wait for the arrival of a prey. Mesh Pike is not bad all what little pass that mouth. Bullhead, perch, panfish, crayfish, frogs, salamanders, dragonflies and other Pike mesh are all part of the diet of it.
Mesh Pike is very territorial and will not hesitate to hunt and eat any other individual of his species if they dare to enter its territory.
Interestingly, the female lays between 5000 and 10,000 eggs that once enough great for this feed other foods than plankton, it will conduct a real race for growth and will not hesitate to this eating between them.

Distinctive signs

Mesh Pike have essentially the same morphology as that of other members of the family of the esox.A long beak of the duck head and elongated body that promotes the lightning attacks.
He take their name from their dress making patterns of chain. The color of the mesh Pike varies from clear yellow to black darker through the green.
Another way to identify Pike mesh and with the sensory pores number under his jaw. Mesh Pike have 4 while 5 have the Pike and Muskie them have between 6 and 10.
Finally, you will notice that the eye of the mesh Pike is surrounded by a vertical black bar. This sign is a sign to this species of Pike.
This species is smaller than these colleagues that found in Quebec and is rarely more than 25 inches. The average is between 15 and 20 inches.
The record for the biggest sin mesh Pike is 29.5 inches and 9 pounds. This fish was caught in the United States.

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The mesh pike fishing

As mentioned a few rather, this species is very voracious and does not hesitate to attack what’s happening under his nose. The type of fishing lures on bridgat include swimmers, jig, spinner baits, spoons, buzzbait, senko, floating frogs, poppers, big streamers will soon made the attack of this powerful Warrior.
Mesh Pike takes its English name from “water wolf” due to the spirited fight that book this species of Pike. Explosive attacks are very amazing for the small size of this fish.

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Be vigilant during the release of this species, as it requires more time to leave after a long struggle.
This species is very little referred to Quebec fishermen which is very surprising considering these talents of fighter. The United States, this species is often ranked second after the largemouth bass in terms of favorite game fish.

Conclusion

If you come to cross the railway with this small, but oh how much energetic fish, take a picture and share it on our fishing Forum!

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