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Bringing up the nephew for some perch and walleye action. Definitely not looking for spots but what depth and structure have people had recent luck on for the perch. My walleye spot is legit, daytime lulls may bring out the bordome in the little guy.

Any info appreciated.

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pm me and can share a cordinate i was doing really good at a week ago where coming home with 9-12 inch perch everyday 3 of us limit out ever day. spot for a spot?

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Not really looking to give up spots just looking for structure and depths. My walleyes came in 22 feeet rocks last weekend. buckshots with fatheads, tip ups with shiners.

Perch info?

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