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Pike & Muskie Conclusion (14 of 14)

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Video Transcript:

Male 1: I don't know what that is, but it's big. That must be a Pike. It's actually taken line. You don't usually worry about a fish taking line when you're doing this.

Male 2: Got him?

Male 1: Yes, I got him.

Male 2: OK. Good.

Male 1: Geez. Whatever he is . . . Definitely, let me give the thing slack and see what happens.

Male 2: Is he in there?

Male 1: Yes, it's a big Pike.

Male 2: He is in there.

Male 1: He is in there

Male 2: Do you want me to net that [inaudible: 01:02]?

Male 1: There, now he's free.

Male 2: Oh, he's loose. It's a nice Pike.

Male 1: Yes. Let's see what we got here. Oh, a Pike. There's a Pike in there. What do you know?

Male 2: Smart one.

Male 1: There's a Pike in all that salad. Nice Pike, too. Very nice Pike.

Male 2: There he goes.

Male 1: A lot of people angle for Pike with bank casting rods with spin rods, you can catch them on flies, too. Great big streamer flies, poppers sometimes, and they are lots of fun.

Announcer: Pike and Muskie are so much fun to catch on a fly rod. Savage strikes, aggressive behavior, and sometimes, right next to the boat. If you've not given Pike and Muskie fishing a try on a fly rod, I strongly encourage you to do so. It's a lot of fun.