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    Quote Originally Posted by MFQ View Post
    Sure looked like perch to me , yellow bellied not as white and not enough definitive stripes. I have caught both at high rock

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    The best way to tell is how they behave when you catch them. Especially at night. A white perch will always flare their gills and try to hurt you with their fins. White bass fight harder but are much calmer after they're caught.

    I do agree that that the larger ones look like white bass and High Rock is really putting out some nice ones the last few years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sundance View Post
    The best way to tell is how they behave when you catch them. Especially at night. A white perch will always flare their gills and try to hurt you with their fins. White bass fight harder but are much calmer after they're caught.

    I do agree that that the larger ones look like white bass and High Rock is really putting out some nice ones the last few years.
    Maybe I'll just stick to the crappie, they're easier to tell(lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    Careful now. Gotta know the difference between white perch and white bass. 14 inches.
    Just to be honest with you I didn't even know they had put a size limit on them, just goes to show a man needs to keep up with the regulations. We use to kill em below the dam at lookout on the catawba river but I don't even know if any are in norman anymore because of the perch. I feel like all I kept were at least 14" though

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFQ View Post
    Maybe I'll just stick to the crappie, they're easier to tell(lol)

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    No worries. Next time you catch a smaller perch, hook it on a down rod on the opposite side of your boat out from the light.... and put it about a foot or two off the bottom. You never know how big a flat head you'll catch. They make great bait.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sundance View Post
    No worries. Next time you catch a smaller perch, hook it on a down rod on the opposite side of your boat out from the light.... and put it about a foot or two off the bottom. You never know how big a flat head you'll catch. They make great bait.
    Yeah I've caught a few good flathead drifting at norman using fresh cut perch on a santee rig. I enjoy catching them, it's kind of slow and hot(temperature) but there fun when you get a good one. Thanks for the tip

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    Good catch MFQ. I bet they were mighty tasty no matter what they were. Thanks for the info on High Rock.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Crappie View Post
    Good catch MFQ. I bet they were mighty tasty no matter what they were. Thanks for the info on High Rock.


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    Absolutely Delicious! with a capital D

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    Bought all of the “lights out” from academy sports today! Thanks for the tip!


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