Pikes Peak reimagined. There was an article in the latest issue of Field and Stream entitled The Journey to Pike's Peak. I had a question for the editor in chief, Colin Kearns. I have been to Pike's Peak and wondering what Field and Stream is doing at Pike's Peak. This is an interpretation of Pikes Peak and this story is written by yours truly, actually. Last summer I went way, way north to Saskatchewan for a pike fishing trip with a few buddies. And it is without a doubt the best fishing trip I've ever taken in my life. There is one morning where in 30 minutes I caught a forty seven inch fish and a forty four inch fish, and for three and a half days the fishing was nonstop and I can't wait to get back to that river again. The Cree River up in northern Canada. It's just spectacular. The best pike fishing you're likely to experience anywhere in the world. You say 48 inches. That's a fish that's four feet long. Holy smokes. Yeah, believe me. Oh, yeah. When we pulled it out of the water, it was like this thing never going to stop. Like, it just kept going and going and going. There's a picture of Colin in the article holding this massive pike. And he's right. It looks like it never ends. By the way, he caught it on a fly rod.