Brandon Mabrey

White Perch caught by Brandon Mabrey fishing in Virginia on 11/02/09

Posted by Brandon Mabrey Elite Member over 10 years ago

White Perch caught by Brandon Mabrey fishing in Virginia on 11/02/09
White Perch caught by Brandon Mabrey fishing on Monday November 02, 2009 at 08:04 2.52 km from Valentines in Brunswick County, Virginia (VA), United States North America using a Jigging Spoon

I THINK WE ENDED UP CATCHING ABOUT 20 FISH OR SO WE DIDNT GET BUT ABOUT 2 HOURS OF FISHING IN BEFORE DARK SET IN CAUSE WE WAITED ON THE RAIN TO STOP ALL DAY. THE PLAN WAS TO GET UP AT 5:00AM AND FIND THE ROCKFISH AND PERCH SCHOOLS THAT FEED EVERY MORNING BUT WE DIDNT GET INTO THE WATER UNTIL 2:00PM SO I THINK WE DID PRETTY GOOD ANYWAY...WE ONLY KEPT 9 FISH I THINK, BUT WE WILL BE GOING BACK IN A COUPLE OF DAYS TO CATCH SOME STRIPERS TOO AND SOME OF THE MONSTER 2 POUND PLUS PERCH

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Team RippnLipz

Pile of perch.. Nice

Posted by Team RippnLipz Elite Member over 10 years ago

Todd Harris

lets eat

Posted by Todd Harris Elite Member over 10 years ago

Todd Harris

i got the grease buddy

Posted by Todd Harris Elite Member over 10 years ago

Todd Harris

whoaaaaaaaaaaaa

Posted by Todd Harris Elite Member over 10 years ago

Joe Pych

Please, let's try to keep the comments positive.

Posted by Joe Pych Elite Member over 10 years ago

I come from a land much like yours. A land where they have something called freedom of speech. A land where white perch are considered trash fish. Im talkin about a little place called Aspen my friend. FYI, i never said to hit these fish in the head with a blunt object and throw them into the woods. I simply said hit them in the head with a blunt object and throw them into the water. This will increase their chance of survival by ten fold, rather than throwing them into the woods. Further more, i never said that these fish were related to carp in anyway. I said that they resemble carp in that the meat is mushy, wormy, and they stink. Then again, the ones i am used to catch and releasing are much bigger so they may be a different species. Tight lines to you my friend. How do you cook these fish? any good recipes you care to share?

Posted by Fish Master over 10 years ago

Brandon Mabrey

Where did you come from because they are pursued very hard here when they make there run from the ocean up our river every year. And fyi perch are more related to walleye than to a carp but you already knew that im assuming. I have never had one with worms before maybe where you fish there is alot of toxic waste or something in the water. And if im not mistaken, bashing fish with blunt objects and throwing them in the woods just for spite is illegal in most if not all of the United States, So you might want to be a little more careful of what you say on this website because you never know who your talking to on the other end of the computer. Government Officials, and Wildlife Officers like to fish and get on fishing sites too. And just because you dont give your name or any info about yourself doesnt mean your "IP Address" doesnt give your exact address where your logged onto the internet at. just a helpful peice of advice good fishing and tight lines fish master....

Posted by Brandon Mabrey Elite Member over 10 years ago

These are considered to be trash fish where i come from. Pretty close to carp in some ways as the meat can be full of worms and mushy. This may be a different breed though because the ones i have caught and released in the past have been much larger. Best thing to do with these is to hit them in the head really hard with a blunt object then throw them back in the water.

Posted by Fish Master over 10 years ago

Justin  Emerle

Still, some nice perch in there.

Posted by Justin Emerle Expert Member over 10 years ago

Todd Harris

ohh yea

Posted by Todd Harris Elite Member over 10 years ago

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