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    When are the perch in the chick. Im more than a hour away so Id like to go when chances of catching more than 1 or 2 are high. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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    72 views and no replies. man these little fish must be a real prize.
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    I am going out starting on the 8th of February.

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    The end of janurary is when i see them targeted. Look for vertical jiggers at the dam. A mixed bag of yp and crappie should be able to be had.

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    It is time to start seeing some. I’m ready for some.

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    Boat is great waiting on livescope and hummingbird mega now.

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    Was in Morris Creek Friday, water temp 39 degree's. i did't see any evidence of yellow perch or crappie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Actstn2 View Post
    Was in Morris Creek Friday, water temp 39 degree's. i did't see any evidence of yellow perch or crappie.
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    It’s soon time for Chick perch!! Perch fishing get reported here. Perch CATCHING is sometimes a private messsge deal. Lots of lurkers here.
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    Usually when the daylight gets right ( longer) and water temperature rises perch will migrate. I live 4 1/2 hours away and understand your thoughts. However we all have to pay some dues to catch fish. Just go and try I am sure you should start to catch some.

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