Northern Pike are one of the most commonly caught fish in Northern Minnesota. Weather your fishing for them or walleye, odds are you’ll be pulling one in from time to time. Northerns can get quite big and make for a great meal when canoeing in the wilderness. One draw back to these slimy fish are a strip of bones embedded in the meat of the fillet called y-bones. Some people leave them in and deal with picking them out while eating them. There is a way however to remove the y-bones while saving most of the meat. Jim shows you HowTo remove the y-bones on a Northern Pike.