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Best Perch Lakes

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I was wondering what are the best lakes to catch Jumbo Perch??

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Sarah has some nice perch. Lake wilson was good last winter for 11 to 12 inch perch.

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Wheres Wilson?

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Right on highway 30 in between Pipestone and Slayton. The town of Lake Wilson is right there. Talked to some people that were up there Saturday and didn't really do squat but said that there were fish (perch) caught on Friday when it was sunny out.

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