Here's some potential good news for all you anglers who want to go after a hard fighting fish.
Over in New Mexico, the State Game Commission will be voting later this week, to remove all the limits from Eagle Nest Lake for Northern Pike.
State fisheries managers are wanting to allow all those fish to be caught and not released back into the lake, in hopes of saving the Rainbow Trout. Their numbers have been decimated by the more aggressive Pikes.
Public comments show there is strong support for letting anglers help keep their numbers in check. They are notoriously strong fighters when hooked, can grow past two feet in length, weigh close to 40 pounds and live up to 30 years in the wild.