By Andi Bourne

Monster Pike Takes the Bait New Year's Day

42 inch northern pike from Seeley Lake.

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Seeley Lake resident Bo Jungers with his 42-inch, 30 pound, 10 ounce northern pike caught on Seeley Lake New Year's Day. He pulled the fish through an eight-inch hole with his hands.

SEELEY LAKE – While Seeley Lake junior Bo Jungers went out expecting to catch northern pike on Seeley Lake New Year's Day, he had no idea what was waiting to take the bait the first morning of 2016. After pulling a 42-inch, 30 pound, 10 ounce pike out of an eight-inch hole, Jungers could not be more excited about his success.

Jungers bought an insulated fishing house with the proceeds from his 4H hog project this past year. After seeing several people out on Seeley Lake Dec. 31, he had heard that people were catching up to 20 fish in a day.

"I just thought I would go out and catch a bunch...

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