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    1. Jason Baker

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      Registered: October 2004
      Location: Ft. Mill, SC
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  1. rockymountain_brown

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    NIce!!
    Was that all there was was pike? Any other species in that lake?
    Is this a different subspecies than the the northern pike of the us?
    #1 10-21-07 10:36pm

    Jason Baker
    There were perch and trout in the loch. They are there to feed the pike. The Loch is specifically for pike fishing on the fly. Yes, I believe it is a different species. They are very dark with goldish/yellow spots and vertical bars.
    #2 10-22-07 12:00am

    alpinetrout

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    They're the same species, Esox lucius. Northern Pike are the most widely distributed freshwater fish in the world and are found across Europe, Asia, and North America.
    #3 10-29-07 10:00pm




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