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here's why...

 

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I agree with you Captain I have lived on Simcoe my hole life and I think I might have fished for perch in the Gilford area once. If you want the big fish you have to fish where everyone else isn't :lol::lol:,that is my secret.

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Those pictures just made the itch get worse. This will be my first time fishing simcoe but were not going till the middle or the end of feb. so i have awhile yet. I have been ready to go since we planned the trip. Hopefully we can get into some slab perch like the ones in the pictures.
 

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cant wait...nice catch Captain!!!...where in the lake were you when you found those?

 

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...but the one was 14 7/8" and 2.35 lbs...
 

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Do they still taste as good when they get that big?
The bigger the perch, the mushier the flesh and "less better tasting" they are. I won't say "worse" because even a mushy, big old Simcoe perch is a decent one.
 
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