I just got back from a perch trip on Lake Gogebic. Things were pretty slow (5 perch in two days with 2 guys.) Normally it's a wiggler bite and that's what the fish were caught on. The locals said the bite has been slower this year because the perch have been feeding heavily on bloodworms. Several of the fish puked them up and they all had some in their stomachs along with a few wigglers and some type of caddis larvae. Anyone have any suggestions on how to catch perch that are keyed in to bloodworms? I picked up some small, soft plastics and am going to try to tie up some imitations to have on a dropper rig above my jig/wiggler combo on the bottom. I figure the wiggler swimming should add enough action to a small bloodworm imitation to make it look tasty to those "teeter-pig" perch. Any thoughts?