There are some outdoor folks, especially on the Kenai Peninsula, who complain a great deal about the blight of pike in local lakes. One particular peninsula based outdoor site webmaster has made it a personal crusade. Yet when it comes down to telling where the places are that they are pulling out lunker pike, they are very close mouthed. This is especially true of people who are competitive in the pike category of the local derby during February.
Now I most certainly can understand why a person would want to keep information confidential about where to catch the big char, rainbows, or lakers, etc.. I do that myself. But come on guys, those species won't continue to exist if the pike keep multiplying.
I would really like to help you erradicate those rainbow-eating pike that you love to complain about. So put aside the desire to have your own personal pike honeyhole and start being forthcoming with the info. The only way we are going to lick the pike plague is to work together.