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Best perch lake in Saskatchewan

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Walleyekid1:
Hey everyone,
I am starting to get into ice fishing quite a bit and am looking to broaden the target species. I haven't really targeted perch except for a few times on Blackstrap. What lakes in the province (North and South) would be a suggestion to getting into some nice eating size perch?

ripnflutter:
i would go on line or pick up a 2021-2022 Saskatchewan anglers guide. in there you will find lots of lakes in all 3 regions that have detailed info on specific lakes and what swims in them.. i'm sure now a days a lot of people simply go on-line and purchase their fishing license and don't bother to take the time and read up on the latest fishing regulations. there's a lot of helpful info to get a person pointed in the right direction on searching for certain species on different lakes. then of course put in your time. good luck.

DoubleHookSet:
Great advice rip. I'll add that the sk ministry of fisheries has some awesome information on stock reports and the fish facts in the results link:
https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/parks-culture-heritage-and-sport/hunting-trapping-and-angling/angling/fish-populations-management-and-research
Im no expert but reading the fish facts and stock reports can help guide you. Good luck!

sparksNfishing:
This has a good amount of info.
https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1nVfv1sZmtjZuZO_Nh7Mub5dQVn4&ll=54.818717550289385%2C-103.50026398438882&z=7

ToonFisher:
Around Saskatoon, for perch, avoid Brightwater lake and Iroquois lake. Perch there seems only finger size. Lakes Diefenbaker, Blackstrap and Bradwell are fine with jumbos.

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