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Season 1/Episode 1: Northern Pike
This toothy piscivore is found throughout Alaska (even in southcentral Alaska where they’ve been introduced illegally). They’re an important subsistence fish for Alaska Native Peoples and rural residents and a popular sport fish. Their jam is ambush hunting. They lie in wait for prey and then explode from the weeds or from behind a toppled tree or a submerged log.
Read more: Northern Pike: wintertime fun and table fare with a toothy ambush predator