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YELLOW PERCH FISHING

We have yellow perch fishing in Sandybeach Lake. The yellow perch fishing is in 6 feet of water or less at or Ontario fishing lodge. Guests have caught their limit right off the dock, drifting the bay out from the dock, and out from the pencil grass growing along shorelines. Yellow perch fishing techniques include live bait fishing a night crawler under a cork, casting jigs with plastic grubs or a piece of nightcrawler, and casting marabou jigs. The perch at our Ontario fishing lodge are referred to as "Jumbos", because 11" to 14" yellow perch are common.

YELLOW PERCH FISHING LIMITS/SEASON

SEASON: Open
LIMIT: 50 in Possession

PERCH FISHING TIPS

Simple Method:

The best way to catch perch is to anchor your boat along a weed bed and fish straight down with a hook and sinker. Perch like worms and tiny minnows. Catching Perch is easy. The question is how to maximize the volume of Perch that you catch.

Increase Volume of Perch:

To increase volume is to attract Perch from a distance and create a large school under the boat. One way is to "chum" but that's illegal in many Ontario lakes so what do you do.

Drive your boat right into the thick weeds. Throw out your anchor and use the boat to drag the anchor through the weeds thus picking up a big wad of weeds on your anchor and stirring up the mud on the bottom. Once you think you have a big mess of weeds on your anchor and anchor rope, drag the big mess about 10 feet off the line of the weeds.

What happens now is all the little Brine Shrimp and bugs will be swimming around due to you disturbing their area. This attracts all kinds of fish but most of all, it attracts Perch.

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