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crazyice

March (perch) Madness

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Has anyone been slamming into the jumbos yet? I would love to get a day trip in when they start up, but I am from Rochester so i am relying on this site for the most accurate and up to date info. I just don't want to go up blindly and not know if they are biting yet. Any info is greatly appreciated.

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They are there! Keep moving unil you find them, a camera helps but isn't necessary if you find and active bunch. Waxworms have produced well for me. Just hook them in the nose and let them dangle(horizontally) off a #10 genz worm and watch those pigs slurp it in...

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