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    How about all the big pike that get speared every year? Can't release those! I keep a couple 5 to 6# every year to eat ( better than walleye) and throw the rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by honkerslayer View Post
    Im just curious if many would support some kind of limit on keeping bigger pike. Say 1 fish over 30 or maybe 35? I was shore fishing yesterday and some of what I saw just sickened me. People stringering 12-18 lb pike. Picking me up by the eyes, rolling them in the dirt, etc. Im cool with people keeping the 3-6 lb fish but keeping those big old girls just drives me nuts. I know there a fair number of folks who consider pike as trash, but chasing those big pike is one of my favorite types of fishing.
    Im just wondering how folks feel about this.
    Im of the general feeling of letting the big ones become trophys but I dont think the pressure on pike on Sak is anywhere near what the walleye pressure is. Spring is about the only time I see guys actually keeping pike and I would bet that the harvest doesnt not affect how many fish grow to 20# plus. I agree with the handling of pike and if you are not going to keep it then dont grab by the eyes.

    Now dont get me started on people keeping 5-8# walleyes......

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    We only keep as many as we can drag on sak..
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