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New Perch Limits

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The limit for yellow perch is now 35.

On Devils Lake, 35 perch is a 5 gallon bucket full.

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Kevin Neve's Devils Lake Guide Service
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e-mail: kneve@stellarnet.com
Phone: 701-473-5411 or 701-351-4989
Minnewaukan ND

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And thats one fine looking 5-gallon bucket. Sounds like I'll up on Devil's again this year.

Good Fishin, Matt.

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A 35 perch limit on Devils Lake would weigh 35 pounds. You can expect our perch to average close to a pound.

A good day is 20 perch. That would be 20 pounds of fish. To put that in another perspective... A 5 walleye limit of 4 pounders would also weigh 20 pounds. Is 5 four pound walleyes a good day or a great day?!

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e-mail: kneve@stellarnet.com
Phone: 701-473-5411 or 701-351-4989
Minnewaukan ND

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What is the possetion limit now on perch Kevin? Anything new there? I did hear they are going to get fussy on fish ID, like be darn sure you leave a patch on the fillet.

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Kevin,

35 pounds of perch would give me about how much weight in fillets? You're pretty convincing as far as the walleyes are concerned. So you're telling me when I come back to Devil's this year I can tag 5 dandy walleyes? I'm definitely up for that. I would agree with you on saying that would be a great day. Now you got me eager to head back up there. Maybe I'll see you in march.

Good Fishin, Matt.

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A limit of 5 four pound walleyes weigh 20 pounds. A Devils lake 35 perch limit would weigh in at nearly 35 pounds.

I think hitting a 35 perch limit is much much tougher to do than a 5 four pound walleye limit.

It is closer to a 5 walleye a at six pounds each day.

In my humble opinion, a perch fillet looks like a perch fillet, a white bass a white bass, a walleye a walleye etc, etc. I would guess that it would be more important to keep the fillets in a manner that each species and number of said could be accounted for when traveling.

I like to use a vacumm sealer. I have a couple of bags of perch left from last year that are as fresh as the day I bagged them last winter.

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fishingminnesota.com/kevin-neve-guiding/
e-mail: kneve@stellarnet.com
Phone: 701-473-5411 or 701-351-4989
Minnewaukan ND

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