Hello. You all were very helpful a couple of months ago with questions on Salmon fishing the Kenai Penninsula. We are planning a trip for Alaska for next year, with several days of guided salmon fishing on the Kenai, Kustatan, and Big River/Wolverine Creek(that one is for the bears too). My husband has mentioned he'd like to fish for pike sometime, so I figured we'd do that when we visit Canada another time. But I've stumbled on some websites that indicate pike fishing can be great in Alaska. I'm not sure whether we can fit it into this trip or not, we may have to come back for second trip to Alaska instead of going to Canada, but where are the best places for pike in Alaska, and what is the best time of year to fish them? Not looking for 50 lb monsters, though large fish would be nice, but a pretty good chance of catching lots of fish would be great. I have been looking at Lake Clark which looks so beautiful, and I thought I saw some references to pike fishing there, so I particularly wanted to know if that is a good place for pike but we are flexible on location for the best fishing. Thanks!