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ZEEK1223

lake sarah jumbo perch

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went out yesterday looking for crappies....couldnt find the crappies, but i did stumble apon some very nice perch, a couple that were over 9 inches.i didnt know lake sarah had big perch like that. the perch lasted about an hour and then stopped cold. im going out again to see if it was a fluke or if i can get into them again. anyone having any luck with the crappies out there? i saw a guy on the 50 foot hole, and a few guys west of stony point. no plowed roads...

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We were out Sunday a lttle tough to hole hop ended up finding the bluegills and just fished them all day buddy caught 1 crappie man was it nice 16" white. First time I didn't catch a crappie this year my other friend caught a few big perch and that was it but we caught all the bluegills we wanted most went 6-7"

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