Thursday, January 19, 2006

Pike fishing in the St. Lawrence

In January and February, when New York's duck blinds and tree stands are covered with snow, outdoorsmen across the North Country flock to ice shacks along the St. Lawrence River in search of northern pike.
The only natural outlet for the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence River extends from the outlet of Lake Ontario approximately 112 miles, separating New York (and the United States) from Canada.Read complete article.

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