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Post spawn pike. Large fish

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Looking for some tidbits of info on where to hunt for the larger size pike post spawn late spring time frame. Any ino appreciated. Hunting on slr

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I may have mistyped what I was after on this post.  I am not looking for your spot I am looking for gerneral areas such as rocks weeds depth ect.  Looking for bigger fish class. Thanks for looking

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On 5/13/2019 at 8:19 PM, old man said:

I’ve been trying for 50 some years and can’t catch much until the weeds get up. Game on then until water gets too warm


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Been chasing them > 40 years, this is spot on. I've found the best window is usually mid June to mid - late July (as mentioned once weeds start up and waters in mid 60's).

Then again in September. All depends on water temp as it approaches 80 degrees F things generally slow down for us.

BTW we all desire the bigger ones.

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We used to catch a lot of big post spawn pike on Irondequiot bay by accident trolling for trout.  They would come over deep water suspended. 

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1 minute ago, Eyegetter said:

That is interesting. Do you think they are feeding on trout?

No.  Irondequoit Bay is loaded with shad.  Lots of suspended schools at that time of the year. 

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