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Ray Finkle
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collier county
Member since Sep 2007
969 posts

Sac-au-lait/White perch this time of year

I've wanted to catch some during winter/late fall. Where are they at? I know the spillway is really low. Got any other suggestions?


SaDaTayMoses
LSU Fan
Da Platte
Member since Oct 2005
2492 posts

re: Sac-au-lait/White perch this time of year
What's your location or how far are you willing to travel?


Ray Finkle
LSU Fan
collier county
Member since Sep 2007
969 posts

re: Sac-au-lait/White perch this time of year
prairieville.. hour to 2


Tino
Duke Fan
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Member since Dec 2004
80154 posts

re: Sac-au-lait/White perch this time of year
Saw a guy on Crappie.com that has been catching a few at Jack Miller's


Geauxtiga
TBD Fan
No man's land
Member since Jan 2008
28791 posts

re: Sac-au-lait/White perch this time of year
Head to Larto Lake. You can fish with a jig pole during the day and yo yos at night. Saline Lake too.



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Geauxtiga
TBD Fan
No man's land
Member since Jan 2008
28791 posts

re: Sac-au-lait/White perch this time of year
quote:

Saw a guy on Crappie.com that has been catching a few at Jack Miller's


Where the heck is that?


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SaDaTayMoses
LSU Fan
Da Platte
Member since Oct 2005
2492 posts

re: Sac-au-lait/White perch this time of year
I suggest Saline Lake also.
Chicot Park in Ville Platte has picked up nicely with the weather. yo-yos a must at night.
Cocodrie Lake in Turkey Creek is a really nice place to white perch.
Indian Creek has been getting good reports on white perch.
And for a little more traveling/camping, head to Toledo Bend mid lake for prime action.


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