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Do pike like sprats?

Asked: Francois Boivin, Last Updated:

Size. Some Pike anglers swear by small baits, Sprats for example. It is true that many a good Pike have been caught on a Sprat, but for me, I like Sprats as feed. I cut one or two of them in half and throw them in the swim to attract the Pike, I don't tend to use them on the hook.

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