A big one that didn't get away

It was a good day fishing for Ken Wosminity when a rather large northern pike took a bite of his offered bait.

Wosminity landed the hungry pike June 9, at the new Togo Bridge.

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The big fish measured 40-inches and weighed 16.5 pounds.

It was taken on a pickerel jig using minnows as bait.


Editor's Note: Attention all ‘fisherfolk’ in the parkland region.

Have you caught a big fish this year? 

Went fishing for the first time?

Limited out at your favourite spot?

Then how would you like to tell your story of the big catch, or happy fishing trio?

Yorkton This Week and Marketplace would love to share your story of success.So send us a high resolution photograph to editorial@yorktonthisweek.com

Make sure to include all the important details;

·        Who is in photo?

·        Where were you fishing?

·        When was the big catch made?

·        What lure were you using (yes share your secrets to help fellow anglers).

And we’ll do the rest posting the chosen shots to www.yorktonthisweek.

We look forward to seeing what ‘fisherfolk’ are catching in the lakes and streams and reservoirs of Saskatchewan, and beyond

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