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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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How's the fishin ?

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Getting set to head to O.T. and wondering if anyone is having any luck this week. Also what depth. I am struggling wether to go shallower than 20 or deeper than 26.

Thanks

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Reports are that the perch are biting well in deeper water. With the warm weather forecasted this weekend it should be easy to move around and find them. I heard anywhere from 30-40 feet of water, sometimes deeper, for the perch and some walleyes too. If it is cloudy, they could be running a bit shallower too. The weather system moving in could heat things up?

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Gissert

I have found the perch are deep this year also. I wish they were a bit shallower, those perch really hork up the bladder beyond 30 feet.

T-Bone and I are planning on heading out Saturday afternoon.

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