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Yesterday, 10:41 AMIt's funny how so many people think that all the perch are over at Genos. Then you ask someone how they did and they say they didn't catch anything.
04 October 2015 - 05:04 PMSeen this video before. Seeing a pike attack your lure with pure aggression is why I like to target them. I swear I've had over a handful almost give me a heart attack from hitting so close and fast. It also amazes me how quickly they can strike again when they miss the first time.
04 October 2015 - 04:32 PMHell if we get another good freeze here like the last 2 years I'll be fishing Canadian waters for perch instead of the American dink fest. At least until last ice.
04 October 2015 - 03:35 PM
That would be a heck of a fight huh? I never caught one anywhere near that size in LSC. They give up a good fight though. I eat them, but they do really stink when I am filleting them. I think its the rotting crayfish inside their guts that stinks. They are terrible smelling fish when cleaning them.
I've actually had smaller ones fight harder than the bigger ones. Biggest one that I managed to catch was just under 12". Agree with you on them smelling awful when cleaning them. However they do taste pretty good.