Green Lake is known for having big northern pike in it, although, there aren’t huge numbers of them and they can be tough to catch because of the deep, clear water. Fish the deep water weedlines and make sure to use your electronics if you are going to be targeting pike. If you can find these fish with your electronics, try throwing live bait rigs using chubs and suckers. Lures will also work, but dropping a live bait rig 25 to 30 feet down can be the easiest way to catch a pike here. Northern pike over 10 pounds are not uncommon. Just don’t expect to get many bites. The bites you do get will be worth the wait. Make sure to follow the weed growth in this lake. As the weeds grow from spring through fall, northern pike will move accordingly. There will always be some form of bait fish for pike to eat along the weed lines.
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