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budboy

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Going up the 14th wondreing if anyone would help out with a little info for perch? We are renting a shack at Acorn hill any help would be greatly appreciated.

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budboy

Boy people are as tight lipped as the fish sometimes. Not looking for peoples honeyholes just an idea where to start, i have never fished there just would like to have a good experiance of somwhere different.

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LakeTahoe

Right out on Pine point can be decent for perch and walleye, otherwise around the corner to the NW of Pine you'll see the houses. From there you can explore. Good luck.

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tweeder

look around at some of the other posts, there is even one called perch that has some information on it. Other posts have stated depths, colors, general locations as well.

The flats out by grandvu have been doing pretty well for perch. You will see the groups, typically if you set up on the outside of the group you'll find fish. As stated before, Green and red seem to be best colors.

If you have snowmobiles and can get over to Stoney I heard they are doing well off stoney point but I have not fished over there yet this year.

Good luck!

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budboy

Thanks guys nice to have someone answer.

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budboy

Is there a slot on leech

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NoWiser

4 walleye limit, with none between 18"-26", and 1 over 26"

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budboy

thank you

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budboy

where is a good area for panfish?

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