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Big Jeff

Perch Pointers

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Alright I need a hand figuring a new lake in Wis. I posted on that forum and I got little help but I know the metro boys can help. The lake is Red Cedar Lake, mostly graval/rock bottom with a few mud bottom spots. Most of the lake is 40+ with some good humps and an few islands. I have fished it in the summer but didn't do the greatest. Then this fall I did get into somwe nice eyes and a couple jumbos. We are headed back to a buddies cabin and I want to drill some holes and see it I can't find some of those jumbos again. I never fish perch to much but I have a couple of ideas. I am also told that the lake clears up in the winter and I am wondering about good color selections. Also I want to set up some tips ups but never have for perch any pointers. Thanks for any pointers.

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