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    Well I think it is safe to say I'm done with lake fayetteville. Checked out seqoyah today and did pretty well. Here are my best 2 crappie - really good for me.

    Anyone know what this bottom fish is? Only 1 stripe.

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    Nice catch! Bottom fish looks like a White Perch. I didnít know they were in Sequoyah. I better make sure the local biologist knows.


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    Thanks! Let me know if you need any more info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtfishing View Post
    Thanks! Let me know if you need any more info.

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    Please check the tongue for a tooth patch. See if you can see or feel a rough spot on the back of the tongue. If it doesnít have one, it is a White Perch. If it has a tooth patch, it is a White Bass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by D10 View Post
    Please check the tongue for a tooth patch. See if you can see or feel a rough spot on the back of the tongue. If it doesnít have one, it is a White Perch. If it has a tooth patch, it is a White Bass.


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    Tongue feels like sandpaper - no tooth patch.

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    Sounds definitely like a White Perch. Iím going to send you a PM.


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    From a guy that kills and eats over 1,000 white perch per year, that's definately a white perch. That won't be good for that lake's future.
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