Anyone notice the sportfishing changes for Southcentral Alaska?

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  • #46
    Most of the larger pike are females. The larger the pike, the more eggs they produce. How does that help control the population? I like to catch big pike and would love to catch only large pike (who wouldn't) but not at the expense of trout and salmon.
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    • #47
      basically pike are cannibals and the large pike will keep the overall population down since they inhabit the same areas and normally when you take out the large ones the smaller hammer handle populations explode, this has been found to be the case in certain waters and as Scott mentioned it could be apples to oranges compared to the susitna drainage.
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