When still-fishing for crappie, perch, bluegill (or just about any small fish) you can make your own two hook rig in a jiffy. Use 10 to 15 pound monofiliment line and place snelled hooks about 12 inches apart with your sinker 12 inches below the bottom hook. Tie a loop knot at the bottom for [...]
This Maryland record white perch is a true sight to behold. On April 16th, 2003, Danny Wells caught this 1 lb., 7 oz beauty from the Gunpowder River of Maryland. Smile big, Danny. All the praise you’re getting for that fish is well deserved.
Here’s a recipe I like to use for walleye or perch. I think you’ll like it, too. I really do. Dill weed Garlic salt White pepper Sweet basil Lemon juice Parmesan cheese Italian style bread crumbs Melted butter Place fish skin side down in glass baking dish. Sprinkle generously with all above ingredients to taste. [...]
In 1992, Keith Meck was fishing on Hunters Lake in Pennsylvania when he caught this 2 lbs. 9 oz. yellow perch. Just look at that big, yellow belly!
Basic Freshwater Fishing: Step-By-Step Guide to Tackle and Know-How That Catch the Favorite Fish in Your Area By Cliff Hauptman If you are a beginner freshwater fisherman, then this book may be the perfect one for you. It starts off by letting you know the basics of fishing. By the end, even the veteran angler [...]
I caught these fish at Aurora Reservoir in Colorado using a 2oz. bottom bouncer with a 6ft. mono leader to a slow death hook and a crawler. Trolling speed in the fall needs to be .08-.09 mph. With the water temp at 75* F the walleye are pretty lethargic and need bat tht is slow. [...]