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Tipup101

Zumbro Perch?

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Any one find any yet. I got a late season spot a freind of mine showed me. Where we slamed some true jumbos. I havn't been there in a couple of years though. I was wondering if anyone still gets any. The last time I went perching there I brought hom a limit of 10-13 perch. I know there is still some out there cause my cousin laid in to them in early oct. its just a matter of finding them.

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I caught a couple today very small however

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I've only got a few accidental perch, but nothing great. Maybe 10" or so.

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10 inch perch are fine by me.

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I have caught a few perch out on zumbro. Nothing to impressive probably 7-10 inches.

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 Originally Posted By: Tipup101
10 inch perch are fine by me.

I agree, but I've never got more than just a few in each outing; however I've never really targeted them on the Zum either.

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