Pictures of northern fish are available at FrontierFishingLodge.com, CampManitouFishing.com and ADFG.Alaska.gov. FrontierFishingLodge.com hosts photo galleries of Canadian lake trout, Canadian northern pike, white fish and the Arctic grayling. Each photo gallery provides information about the species and its distinguishing characteristics.
This website also features information about Canadian fishing and fly fishing, as well as tips on fishing for individual species. For example, Canada’s Great Slave Lake is home to an abundance of northern pike. Prime fishing months for targeting pike are late June to mid-July. The best way to catch them is by using streamers, spoons, jerk and swim baits and bucktail spinners.
CampManitouFishing.com also hosts a photo gallery of northern pike, small and large-mouthed bass, walleye, muskie and trout that were caught by fisherman. This site hosts information about fish angling and lake fishing, the use of float tubes, how to release and unlock and the most effective lures and bait.
At ADFG.Alaska.gov, or the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, site visitors can access a list of northern fish profiles in PDF format. Fish species include blackfish, chub, grayling, halibut and pike. Each file contains a general description of the species, life history and habits, typical food sources and uses. For example, Alaska natives have used blackfish extensively for food because of their great abundance. The fish concentrate in the openings in lake areas. They are easily caught when they come up to breathe.