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Like Dan - (see previous post) I hit long point bay this weekend looking for some perch. Started out around EC. The numbers were only okay but the size was poor. Heard a couple of guys talking about perch on bluff's bar so with the great weather I decided to head out there. Glad I did. Had to mover around to find them, but when you got onto a pocket of fish they were pretty good. Took home around 30 (just me fishing) with a couple approaching 14 inches. Great day on the water.

 

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Craig - The weather was great Friday - so in 20 minutes or so I was there. But you're right - when/if the wind pick up it can be a lot longer. Gotta watch the weather - or hug the shore.

 

Memart - cleaning is the price you pay. I can have them done, bagged and in the fridge/freezer in a couple of hours. That's why i don't like to keep anything much less than 8 or 9 inches or so. But it's worth it.

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