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ALEX EYES

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ALEX EYES

Sounds like there's been some good fishing so far. We ill be fishing out of zipple bay Jan. 4-7 if we were to limit out soon what are the chances of finding some decent perch action?

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fishhawk2

ALEX,,,NOT SURE HOW PERCH FISHING IS OVER THAT WAY. WE ALWAYS FISH OUT FRONT OF PINE.ONE THING WE'VE NOTICED IN TEN YEARS IS THAT WE CATCH ABOUT THE SAME AMOUNT OF PERCH AS WE DO POUT AND LIKE SOMEONE ELSE SAID IS THAT THERE ALWAYS 10 INCH OR BETTER,ALWAYS A NICE BONUS........GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN

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iffwalleyes

I have gotten 3 perch this year in my 2 trips and they were footballs. Big and fat but there isn't that much consistence with them by pine. If I remember correct I have found decent numbers of perch in the past years around Gull rock and I usually always get some on 5 mile reef. Not enough for a limit but they are bonus fish on lake of the woods anyways

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fiskyknut

You might get a few here and there over on the eastside of the pond, but I'd have to say the best Perchin' is over on various spots on the westside of the lake.

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widetrack

Fisky is right there. The west side, and the Angle area are the best for perchin.

Fisky, know of anyone on the rock-piles yet? I'm heading out fishing for 5 days come Friday.

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fiskyknut

Geeee WT are'nt you always the first! Have'nt heard of a soul out there yet but with this weather I'm sure either you or the Lip Ripper will plant the first Christmas tree!

I caught wind of a decent bite near Springsteel in the late afternoons so I'm gonna give it a shake this afternoon. Guy told me he's been getting quite a few Jumbo's out there as well so I'm hoping to get that first batch of winter Perch fillets in the fryer tonite.

5 Days eh, sounds like Christmas break has soon arrived.

Merry Christmas to you and yours.

Fisky

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widetrack

I would think the whole lake will be pretty tight by the weekend with these temps... Nothing like getting the first crack at the fish over the rocks.

Good luck this afternoon, hope you are fishing indoors.

Merry Christmas to you too. Hope Santa is good to ya.

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fiskyknut

Well as much as I enjoy bucket sitting I'll be dragging out the portable this evening!

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widetrack

PS: Ripper is always the first one out there...

Where do you think the term Ripper came from??

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Lip RIPPER!

The way things are going this year, I may be the last one out there. I got my so called name from Jig O Bit. He is the one who signed me up for all this punishment a few years back. Thanks Shane.

I do like that ice saw machine though. I bet High Life's finger would have looked better had he got it caught underneath that saw than slammed in my pickup door.

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widetrack

That blade is suppose to move that boat at 25-30mph...

I gotta get me one of those... grin.gif

You still fishing Saturday Ripper? I'll be at the lake through Tuesday of next week.

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loosegoose

That looks like a redneck hover craft.

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