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  • fishhuntguy
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    Ripjiggen
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    #2147318

    More like they are coming back. Nice catch.

    gimruis
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    Plymouth, MN
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    #2147327

    When I saw the title of this thread I was hoping to see someone holding a mammoth muskie.

    Ripjiggen
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    #2147329

    Those still exist just not many new ones coming along. They will die out.

    Bearcat89
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    North branch, mn
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    #2147683

    Those perch are hard to keep off the line now days

    bigcrappie
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    Blaine
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    #2147709

    Back in the Fishing Minnesota days some of us would get a pile of them in Isle Bay and have a perch fry at Hunters. Good eaten for sure.

    fishthumper
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    Sartell, MN.
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    #2147712

    We are heading to Leech lake in 2 weeks for our annual fall Perch / Walleye Fall outing. One of the party members was there Yesterday and Sunday. They did fairly well on the Perch. Tons of small fish but some decent ones mixed in. The water temps are still fairly warm up there right now. Hope it cools down about 10 Deg.’s in the new few week prior to out trip. I believe the bigger perch start to show up in larger #’s once the water temps get into the 50’s. The walleye bite also gets better with the cooler water. I really look forward to this trip each Fall.

    gimruis
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    Plymouth, MN
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    #2147775

    Back in the Fishing Minnesota days some of us would get a pile of them in Isle Bay

    I remember that too. There’d be 100 boats parked in Isle Bay on a nice sunny fall day and every boat would be hammering them. Then it was just dinks and you had to cull through 15 small ones to catch a jumbo.

    I haven’t heard of a good perch bite there in over a decade now. Maybe they are coming back.

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