Hey Chuck. If you open the photo file on a computer with paint, you can select resize. I resize to 30% and that works for getting them on to the forum pages. I got out today and added 6 more. Biggest was 35 1/2 and 13 pounds that gets me to 47
NO, it's not a muskie, but it's close...
Forum rules: Forum Post Guidelines: This Forum is rated “Family Friendly”. Civil discussions are encouraged and welcomed. Name calling, negative, harassing, or threatening comments will be removed and may result in suspension or IP Ban without notice. Please refer to the Terms of Service and Forum Guidelines post for more information. Thank you
Wow you guys seem to have it figured out. I grew up on CDA Lake but that was before pike were introduced. I've fished for them in the spring with bait but never really in the summer. Avery, my son, and I are heading up Monday for a week of fishing. I just hope I can add 1 or 2 to the tally. AJ's Dad thank you for all the posts you put up. It's been fun and educational reading them.
Tight lines all!
Tight lines all!
thanks for the photo resizing tip, Mark. I forgot to go to page 2 here and am late on thanking you. got to get off to work now but will try that later. have tried some piking around Roosevelt and Kettle River to no avail. Hard to keep ahead of those nets. got about 40 walleye but them is equal to about one good pike fight
Yes he's hooked on the pike fishing for sure. Now that his uncle owns a house on the lake we are both hoping to spend more time up there chasing them. A big thanks again AJ's Dad. After reading all your posts for this time of year we knew what to do. Toss big spinnerbaits on the outside of weedbeds next to a drop. Tight lines!