So who am I? Well, I’ll give my nickname, and plenty of friends call me by that handle of Pikeman, or you can just call me Kenneth.

Why make a website on pike fishing? Because I’ve been fishing for pikes for over 25 years and fell in love since the first strike. During that time I have spent many hours on the lakes and rivers of Ontario, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Alaska fishing for that elusive trophy. Ironically while chasing some pike, my dad accidentally caught a world record grass carp, but even getting a certificate from the Fishing Hall of Fame isn’t enough to sway him away from pike fishing.

One of the best moments in my life was an exhausting 4 hours trolling the backside of Boy Scout Island in Lac Des Mille Lacs in Ontario, Canada, and catching 6 pikes in the 8-14 pound range on an ultralight fishing rod (it looked like a toy for a 6-year-old) with 4-pound test line. I’ve never been so happy to not be able to lift my arms in my life!

Through this website, I’ll share from my 25 years of northern pike fishing experience and hopefully give you some tips or advice that will help you with your pursuit of these beautiful freshwater game fish. I might not be a professional, but I’ve caught hundreds of pikes int he past and have learned from my father who has been pike fishing for 50 years and counting. I’ve caught many pikes and will keep on catching more. See ya’ on the waters!

BTW, if you ever wanted to get in touch for any reason – feel free to drop me a line at hello@fishingforpike.com