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Hi all,

 

went to a local shore mark for a 2 hour evening session....could not get the walleye past this pike though. I have had this happen before but it was pretty cool to catch in on film...so close up too...right below me off the rock i was standing on.

 

 

 

PIKE ATTACK!

 

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Hi all,

 

went to a local shore mark for a 2 hour evening session....could not get the walleye past this pike though. I have had this happen before but it was pretty cool to catch in on film...so close up too...right below me off the rock i was standing on.

 

Great stuff. Thanks.

 

How many hands have you got? I count one for the rod, one for the reel and a third for the cam. That's even more amazing than the film sequence. :clapping:

 

JF

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Guest Johnny Bass

Great vid. Thanks for sharing. I had a similar thing happen to me but with rock bass and pike. It happened many, many times and on different days. Only happens early in the morning and late in the evening. They must come in to feed.

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