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Rio Grande Perch #13588837 06/09/20 07:32 PM
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I haven’t seen many pictures of Rio Grande Perch this year. Are they biting yet? popcorn

Re: Rio Grande Perch [Re: Osbornfishing] #13588921 06/09/20 08:45 PM
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Banker and I have seen bunches of Rio Grande Cichlids this year, but have only caught a few smaller ones. They seem to be biting later this year for some reason. We're going out in the morning to check em out. Fishing has been real curious for us so far. First it was Redbreast galore, then Redears, and today it seems the bigger Bluegills are biting better then the Redears. Love that fishing. pollo


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Re: Rio Grande Perch [Re: Catyakker] #13588939 06/09/20 08:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Catyakker
Banker and I have seen bunches of Rio Grande Cichlids this year, but have only caught a few smaller ones. They seem to be biting later this year for some reason. We're going out in the morning to check em out. Fishing has been real curious for us so far. First it was Redbreast galore, then Redears, and today it seems the bigger Bluegills are biting better then the Redears. Love that fishing. pollo


Well if you guys aren’t catching them, they must not be biting...or they are just afraid when you are around. bolt

Re: Rio Grande Perch [Re: Osbornfishing] #13589156 06/09/20 11:46 PM
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I have caught some nice Rios this year. The bite was good early to mid spring. Rios are in full spawn/nesting mode and getting them to bite during this time of year is next to impossible. Give them another two to three weeks and the Rio bite will be totally AWESOME! hooked


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Re: Rio Grande Perch [Re: Osbornfishing] #13589256 06/10/20 01:08 AM
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Dad blame, my bad. I forgot I had been under doctor ordered lock down Mar and April, so I wasn't aware of the masters conquests. Chuck is right, Rio's are hard to come by when they have loving on their minds. hammer


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Re: Rio Grande Perch [Re: banker-always fishing] #13589257 06/10/20 01:09 AM
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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
I have caught some nice Rios this year. The bite was good early to mid spring. Rios are in full spawn/nesting mode and getting them to bite during this time of year is next to impossible. Give them another two to three weeks and the Rio bite will be totally AWESOME! hooked


Thanks for the information. I can’t wait till the pictures start rolling in. breakdance

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I usually catch most of my Rios in late July through October! woot

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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
I have caught some nice Rios this year. The bite was good early to mid spring. Rios are in full spawn/nesting mode and getting them to bite during this time of year is next to impossible. Give them another two to three weeks and the Rio bite will be totally AWESOME! hooked





I would have to go with that! The Banker knows Rios!

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I seen 2 at the river yesterday, but couldn't get them to bite. bang

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