We’re gonna need a bigger bait …
Bill Georgopoulos is a marketing guru at work, and a fishing guru the rest of the time. Bill did not have many opportunities to fish growing up. Yet, he studied fishing every chance he could, and was ready to hit the water with a vengeance when the time came. This passion remains every bit as strong today. In fact, when he is not working or fishing, Bill is a dedicated teacher. He loves to give back what he has learned to amateur anglers. He regularly passes along his knowledge from hours of study and days on the water on his AMFisH website (amfish.ca). In this episode, Bill recounts a trip when the Northern pike were too big to be tamed by your average lure …
Bill considers himself a bass guy at heart, but he loves to catch all of the freshwater species that Canada has to offer. These days, he focuses more on the big toothy predators – pike and muskies.
Bill with a Northern pike from this episode (left) and other epic catches
This episode takes place in Canada on the Ottawa River.
Catch of the Day
Big toothy Northern pike – don’t grab these bad boys by the lip!
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