The Ultimate Predator

In my January 2008 column in the Alberta Outdoorsmen (‘Rubs, Scrapes and Tangle”, I discuss the ultimate freshwater predator in Canada, the northern pike (Esox lucius). I relate some of the biology of the fish and how its absolute decisions to strike make it an exciting fish to pursue.

So, what’s wrong with that?

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About Don Meredith

I am a writer and biologist living in Alberta, Canada. I write a monthly column for the Alberta Outdoorsmen magazine.
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