As many pike anglers know, two of the best times of the year that you can catch pike from shore is in the spring and in the fall. It doesn’t matter if its southern or northern Ontario, this pattern is the same.
Rob Kearley sent us these images of pike he recently caught simply casting a small 2″spoon called a little Peter that resembled a small perch yellow orange and chartreuse in color off the dock in the Kenora, ON region.
Spoons & spinners work great if the pike will chase and strike. When they mostly follow and don’t strike slow-reeling wobbling body-baits work great just cast and retrieved slowly and continuously and twitching a stick-bait like a Rapala Husky Jerk or Shadow Rap.