By Louie Stout
Most people know the St. Joseph River provides excellent bass fishing throughout most of Indiana and Michigan waters.
They also know that, from the Twin Branch Dam to Lake Michigan, trout and salmon fishing can be spectacular during the spring, fall and into the winter.
It’s also well known that the river has developed a pretty good walleye fishery thanks to stocking efforts and that bluegill fishing has improved remarkably throughout the river system.
But one fish that isn’t getting the recognition it deserves is the northern pike.
Mike Boisseau of South Bend wants to change that.