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    Default Killed the perch.

    Went to lake hickory in NC and put 110 of these devils in the ice chest, and released countless others. There's no limit on them, they are considered an aquatic nuisance species and eat the eggs of other fish. They are like a better tasting version of a white bass. Fight good, too. I was grateful for my electric fillet knife today. Gonna be eating good for awhile!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePerchKiller View Post
    Went to lake hickory in NC and put 110 of these devils in the ice chest, and released countless others. There's no limit on them, they are considered an aquatic nuisance species and eat the eggs of other fish. They are like a better tasting version of a white bass. Fight good, too. I was grateful for my electric fillet knife today. Gonna be eating good for awhile!

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    you got you some good fillets for sure !!! they will make a mighty fine fish fry for sure !!!

    congrats !!!!

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    That is definitely a cooler full!


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    That is a pile of them.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Wow, thatís a mess of fish!


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    Nice bucket of white perch! They do put up a great fight too.
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    I just got threw cleaning 36 of them. I love to eat them.

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    Nice catch.....and I would love to get in them with my XUL and SUL rods but dang if I want to clean that many fish....LOL.

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    Well I gave 50 to my friend Kevin so it didn't take too long... I have cleaned over 100 perch in one session, and it does take at least 2 hours to fillet them, even with the help of an electric fillet knife.

    And these things are a blast on light gear, I use the B and M ultralight jig pole. I use three hooks on the same line, each baited with a worm. Fun when you get all the hooks loaded. Those things are such a vicious fish, almost like piranhas down there.
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    Guys, here's the finished product. Fried em up cajun style(rolled in yellow mustard, seasoned flour/cornmeal) and served with dilly beans and pickled okra. Didn't last but a few minutes. Cast iron skillet done good tonight. Name:  73164692_583598375713199_4656230099211780096_n.jpg
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    Commercial worm farmer, my outfit is called the little ponderosa worm ranch. I raise red wigglers and Louisiana Swamp Worms for your fishing needs. Full time sales start March 1st 2020.

    https://www.littleponderosaworms.com/
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