NICE!!! Sounds sooo good! Now I just gotta get me some perch!
I'll have to try Deer Creek or the 'nelle, anywhere else close to Salt Lake that has Perch?LOAH said:Catching perch is simple: Just go somewhere that has perch and try to catch a trout. -/O\-
Works every time! (Stupid Perch!) :lol:
Yeah, I bought a worm threader a couple years ago and they do work wonders....so much easier and the worm definitely stays on the hook a heck of a lot better than trying to thread it by hand. I take it you don't like perch? :lol: I'm sure large trout are still for sure a lot funner to catch, I am just curious to see what perch taste like, and it is another fish to mark off on the list! After perch, the next on the list is Walleye!LOAH said:I only payed one visit and I knew they were there, so I tried to avoid them by fishing the top. As soon as I let a worm sink, it was on. There's free parking by the dam...Just hike down and "upstream" a little ways until you see some good structure trends. Slide a worm up your hook and line (get a threader...best worm tool ever $2.00) and throw some split shots about 10 inches up. I'm sure it won't take long to get a perch...if you notice you have one. :lol: