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Ontario Northern Pike Fishing Trips

Northern Pike is very common in northern Ontario, and this region is one of the best places to fish for the species in the entire world. You can typically find the fish coming in at an average of five to ten pounds in most lake, but don’t be surprised if you have 30 pound northern pike coming in. These fish will love nearly any type of bait you throw their way, but you will have to adjust how you fish based on the time of year and the weather conditions you are dealing with.

When fishing in the back of bays in the thick weeds, you will get small to medium sized northern pike that eat the bugs and minnows there. When you go away from the weeds, you get larger pike that not only eat the minnows in the weeds, but the walleye further out in the water. Big northern pike will wait at the areas that lead into bays to get walleye. In addition, they can be found at the mouth of a stream or river, between islands and anywhere that walleye typically go through.

As the walleye move out, so too do the northern pike, so if you know where to catch walleye, you can typically get northern pike. Some say that northern pike are the easiest fish to catch in Ontario, and any lure will work with them, especially a yellow five-of-diamonds or a red-silver lure.

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