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Redfin Pickerel

AKA: Pike Family: Misc. Freshwater

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Redfin Pickerel

Redfin Pickerel Specifications


Water: Fresh Where: Inland
Size: Most common at well under a pound, but large fish may reach a pound or so.
Fight: An agressive fish with the spirit of his kin, bucks lacks the size to mount anymore than showy spirited battle.
Deliciousness: Excellent
Range: Fresh Water Technique: Still Fishing / Casting
Baits: Baitfish / Lures / Flies Tackle: Spinning / Fly Tackle

The Redfin Pickerel is characterized by a long, sturdy and powerful body that is green to darker along its upper side fading to a lighter to grungy underside, Running from his wide long mouth filled with teeth, are darker varied srtiped markings, stretching to the large forked tail, which, like his fins have an overall red hue.

These fish are found in most of Florids water around patches of vegetation, laying in wait for a meal.

Live minnows are the besy natural bait, while any artificial including but not limited to spoons, spinners, worms and "natural" lures make for the best artificial bait.


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