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Big Perch Lakes ???

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I am looking for a lake that has big perch. I know about Devils Lake, looking for somewhere else, I was there last year. The Lake doesn`t have to be well known as long as it`s within a 16-20 hr drive from Chicago. If you prefer to send an email([email protected]) or just post here. There isn`t much here like you all have. Thanks Fish On

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hey bhorn there are many lakes in minnesota that support big perch.one is lake millacs in aitkin county. Last couple years have been down years but dnr is predicting a goos year this year. Also another is lake winnibigosh. Really a big lake that is well known for perch.

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Lake Of The Wodds is a great jumbo perch lake. It's just all those walleyes and saugers are biting right next to them!
Such a problem!

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You can easily find big perch on Waubay, Buffalo, Cattail in NE South Dakota.

Devils Lake Perch are so over-fed with all of the Fresh Water Shrimp they can eat, it's not worth the drive or effort.

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Don't forget about Winnie!

Last year we took a two day trip, and each day we caught a a number of perch in the 11-13 inch range. Very nice size and great eathers.

I have also caught some jumbos on Mille Lacs!

Waubay is good, but can be a zoo at times.

Good Luck wherever you go.

May you drill your holes straight and your bobbers stay under

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Blackduck lake has some big perch. I only fished it 1 week this past summer. We caught many large perch and other fish as well. I'd bet it would be a great winter fishery. I hope to try it at least once this winter, I'm always jumping around from Winni to Red anyways, it's right on the way. Anyone else ever fish this one?

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