- A Trout saves a little Pike
Strange day today cycling home on the Leeds liverpool canal towpath
I came across a 2 ft pike flapping around on the bank .
no fisher folks about and saw no other people around so plopped it back in the water where it swam off fast no worse for its adventure on land .Posted 4 years ago
I can only think it had somehow jumped out .ShibbolethMember
Typical spawning behaviour from a small male ‘jack’. They chase each other round trying to win the attention of the big old girls.
They’ll often charge at each other from under water with little thought as to where they might land. When I used to do a bit of piking, I had a small jack jump into my landing net whilst landing a big female.
A 2 foot pike would be FAR too big for a heron.Posted 4 years ago
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