Luke O'Bleness

Luke O’Bleness


My son Mitch Masters And his largest pike ever! over 40 inches, He caught it last week of May at Hell Creek We caught and released 7 pike over ten pounds.

Another one of the big pike Mitch caught last week at Hell Creek

Another one of the big pike Mitch caught last week at Hell Creek


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From Greg Hahn








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emmc_100MEDIA_IMAG4010Montana PikeMasters members are dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of northern pike and other fisheries, to helping all anglers no matter what species of fish they seek and to helping kids learn more about the great sport of fishing. They have spoken out on fishing issues at the Capital and educated club members on important issues.


The Billings Chapter has undertaken many projects toward those ends.

Our members have helped Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks in both spawning operations and removal of unwanted pike populations, taking the meat from the pike and donating it to relief agencies. They’ve held kids fishing days and purchased a windmill pond aerator for a community fishing pond at nearby Laurel.

They helped rehabilitate a multi-species pond at Broadview. They sank Christmas trees for habitat in Lake Elmo, an urban fishery on the edge of Billings, to provide habitat for the fish there. On a yearly basis they participate in the Great Rockies Show with a booth and run the kids fishing pond.