Northern Pike are a large, long bodied fish, with a dark green to brown body with light, yellowish or white spots. These toothy fish are fighters but are well worth the catch. Similar in appearance to Muskellunge, you can tell the difference of Northern Pike by their rounded tail fin. Superior Country offers some of the most outstanding Northern Pike fishing in Ontario.
Northern Pike like to stay in vegetated bays, creek mouths, and shoals of the lakes. In the summer they can be found in deeper waters to avoid the higher temperatures. They can be caught all year-round and tend to bite all day. In the morning or evening is the best time to fish for them, since its when baitfish activity is at its peak. These aggressive feeders will take almost any live or artificial bait. In Superior Country, we have many outfitters and lodges to assist with your fishing trip, making sure that you catch your dream Northern Pike.