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Wade Joseph

Best place for perch around Duluth.

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Just wondering if anyone was willing to share a good spot for perch within 20 miles of Duluth.

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Pike lake is good for numbers. Give it a shot.

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Like Surface Tension, I also say Pike Lake is a good one. It is full of perch. I usually start in about 15-20ft of water strait of the landing.

Good Luck

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Pike, Fish, bays of St.Louis and Rice would be my choices.

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Thanks Fellas!

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One more vote for pike lake for sure.All you want. Get them out of there to many.

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Pike Lake for sure have at it smirk.gif.

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