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Perch near waxahachie for flatheads #14367947 05/14/22 10:37 PM
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Just wondering if anybody knows a good place to catch some perch around waxahachie. Just looking for sone bait for some flatheads. Thanks in
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Re: Perch near waxahachie for flatheads [Re: harperbird] #14369798 05/17/22 11:43 AM
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You can catch "perch" just about anywhere. Clark, Bluebonnet Park, Bardwell, etc.

But I'm not sure that it is legal to transport them to a different body of water to use for bait, or anything else. I don't believe that it is legal.


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Re: Perch near waxahachie for flatheads [Re: harperbird] #14369849 05/17/22 12:52 PM
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Originally Posted by harperbird
Just wondering if anybody knows a good place to catch some perch around waxahachie. Just looking for sone bait for some flatheads. Thanks in
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The marina at high view park on lake Bardwell sells them by the dozen-
They are not large though, I like larger perch for flathead bait-

Re: Perch near waxahachie for flatheads [Re: harperbird] #14378884 05/27/22 10:15 PM
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I usually make a bait trip and keep the fish alive just like the marina does, aerating a large container like a trash can, putting a portable aerator on a big cooler for transport. Easy to keep them for a week or so. Don't feed them and change the water every couple days. Why not catch them out of Waxahachie? Or the creek that runs under 35 and into Waxahachie lake.

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