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Not sure how recent this is? I received it this morning via E-mail. Apparantly from White Bear Lake area

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Old, I think we already determined whoever took the picture just shoved one under the gill cover of the other.

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Ya im pretty sure there was a big thread on this not that long ago. Alot of different opinions on the pic but definitly an interesting one!

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I don't know that siamese pike would live long enough to get that big. Doubt the could swim very well.

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That one has gone around for some time now,like the pike from the other side of the Atlantic that has been caught on just about evry lake in the US and parts of Canada.

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Who says thats not real??? My dad, many years ago was witness to this on two separate occations on the same lake... it may be a false picture but this sort of thing does happen.

We mock, what we do not understand - "Spy's Like Us"

-The Prodigy

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Anyone can catch a Pike with two bodies. I have got several; now I am going for a Pike with a Crappie growing out of the side. wink

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Just so happens the Petrowske family has one. It is mounted in Westwinds resort...ok the crappie was sticking out of gill plate and not really growing out of it...does that count? grin

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would be really cool to see that in the spear shack!

would you be pinched for more than one over thirty inches grin

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