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    I'm thinking of looking for some white perch to catch. I hear they are as tasty as bluegill or crappie and are aggressive biters. This is a bucket list trip. Anyone know to catch a bunch of them??

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    Sooner lake I hear.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redge View Post
    Sooner lake I hear.


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    Yep, Sooner Lake. Matter of fact the Oklahoma Striped Bass Association has a White Perch fish out tournament every year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricket george View Post
    I'm thinking of looking for some white perch to catch. I hear they are as tasty as bluegill or crappie and are aggressive biters. This is a bucket list trip. Anyone know to catch a bunch of them??
    As the other guys suggested,Sooner...I caught them on crappie jigs and crankbaits,they were stacked thick on bottom off the sides of humps but that was in summer

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    Some friends have been hitting Sooner a couple days a week and catching white perch every time. They are saying that they taste like crappie or bluegill. I have heard this before from some other people. I've had to turn down 2 trips to Sooner so far to catch the white perch because toooooooo many pecans, oaks, cedars etc have dropped their tops in the ice storm.

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