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MN Mike

Spearing Alaska Style

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If you have a snowmobile trip planned cancel smirk that and we’ll head up there! grin

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9 tine spear that tells me one of two things either they have trouble missing fish or there is some monster pike up there.

my bet its monster pike grin

I've got a buddy that just moved up there this fall and I will have to see if he's going to spear up there we used to spear together down here.

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I would say inexperienced spearers. More than likely the people have never done it before. Yes there are some big pike up there.

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Elwood,

I used to live up there in the summers when I was in college. There are some huge pike and you can bowfish them! Theyre are like a carp here- few people are targeting them

michael

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If you have a snowmobile trip planned cancel smirk that and we’ll head up there! grin

I don't think I'll go that far ....... but fly in spearing would be a fun time I bet.

Mike

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that looks like its made like a rock wall.

I would love to have one of them for myself!

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