Fishing with My Wife: Perch and a Giant Bass at Appalachian

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Yellow Perch

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  • 1 lbs
  • 13
    body length (in)
  • public
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  • Mike's avatar

    Dude… I’m fixin’ to drive down there for some perch. Won’t even try for your bass or musky.

  • Appalachian's avatar

    Come on! I hadn't gotten into them to much the past couple times when the water was muddy, but with it cleared up + a rain front pushing in, they were feeding heavy. Trying to decide if I'm gonna chase musky or crappie later 🤔

  • David's avatar

    another heavy stringer!

  • Appalachian's avatar

    @David yupp

  • David's avatar

    keep em coming man and lady! lol once beaver season ends the last day of this month I'm hitting the water unless winter decides to stick around... never know around here it's been a weird winter

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Just an apex predator participating in his local ecology. Ex backcountry hiking trail builder turned Environmental Scientist. Schooled in Conservation of natural resources and biodiversity. Pretty much plumb eat up with it.

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