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Underwater camera captures footage of picky pike
New footage of a pike swimming incredibly close to bait used during a Minnesota ice fishing trip is available on Wired2Fish. The video, captured by an underwater camera, shows the predator fish inspecting the minnow bait but ultimately passing on the meal.
There appear to be no other fish nearby as the pike gets closer to the bait. And despite frigid water temperatures hitting -10 degrees Fahrenheit, the pike moves at a slow, patient pace as it passes on two different minnow baits.
Top image: Underwater shot of a cold pike considering a minnow bait. (Credit: Wired2Fish)