20th of January! Come on! Fish; fish! Did you film that? I think so. It was a big one, right? A big one! A big pike bit on this big lure! Show the lure! When you take it out. Let’s see what you are using. Are you on the biggest one? Yes. This one! Wow! Yeah. Big monster! Come on! It came off! Did you get it on camera? Yes. On which lure? On this one. This one was a very good one! It was about 3 kg/ 6.5 lbs. Right! It looked like a big one. Where should be the pike? Is it here? It was here. I saw it here. It was a big one. But it is not here now. This fellow told that it is chasing. He has surely seen some blow ups. Hold it! This is a big pike! Is it a big one? Nice! It is a really nice one! Hope that you can take it out, Tsetse! I like that! A big one! Very nice! It went into the algae. It will stay still now at least. Its eyes are covered and it stays still. That’s a good job. Sure! Take it out! It looks about 3 kg/ 6.5 lbs. It’s a nice one. I need it to get tired. The Red Head Jointed crankbait does a great job! For sure! Get tired a bit more! Isn’t it tired enough? No. It has a big back! Nice! A nice chunk! Should be about 3 kg/ 6.5 lbs. It will be at least 2.5 kg/ 5.5 lbs as I see it. Do you want me to hold the rod? The grip is.. it is in your bag. Should I bring it? Sure. The bag is over there but I will go there and bring it. Hold the fish like that! OK. It is better than the net. Yes. A bit more and it will come where it has to. Give me the rod! Good job, Tsetse! Super pike! Well done! Great! Nice! Congrats! A beautiful, big, nice pike! Great, Tsetse! Nice! Caught on Retro Red Head lure. Nice!