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walleyeking19

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when do the perch really start biting in march? i haven't been up there yet this year and i'm coming up in march so i would like to know exactly when to prepare for.

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i would say around the middle of the month

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march 21st

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haha, march 21st they start biting walleyeking. don't even try till that day. They are biting now, and feeding heavily on the blood worms and may flys. Was up there sunday and my buddies and i managed 36 keepers. all of them over 10" with 6 of them being 13"

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There always biting somewhere.

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GemNeyeJoe,

I'm heading up with my son this weekend, if you wouldn't mind giving me a few areas that would be great!

e-mail ds3739@aol.com

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