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Julie Kingsley proudly displays a beautiful jumbo perch she hauled through the ice last weekend. Perch activity heightens as the fish aggressively feed to prepare for spawning, which takes place shortly after ice-out. (Jason Durham / For the Enterprise)

Perch activity peaks as lake ice disappears, sun shines

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It's pretty easy to curse a perch. When rascally 2- to 3-inch perch steal half of your nightcrawler in the summer or invade the territory of your ice hole during winter, things can get frustrating. Yet it's not very common to hear anglers complain about big perch.

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