Hook Shot: Utah boy lands big pike in Canada

Published August 16, 2013 9:27 am
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Jack Temme, 14, took a trip to Ontario, Canada, with his dad, David, in July and came home with a fish story involving a 34-inch and 12-pound northern pike. That's the guide, Johnny (we will call him Smiley, due to a lack of last name) on the left. —

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