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Video - How to Catch Jumbo Perch in the Fall

Last week Ivo, Antonio, and Phil went out to the deep waters of Lake Erie. They geared up with a T-Turn live bait-rig, using live minnows and drop their lines down about 60 feet in search of jumbo freshwater perch.



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Last week Ivo, Antonio, and Phil went out to the deep waters of Lake Erie. They geared up with a T-Turn live bait-rig, using live minnows and drop their lines down about 60 feet in search of jumbo freshwater perch.

They nailed them. Catching jumbo perch all day.

This video is how we did it.

As always, good fishin!
Ivo




4 Excellent Responses to “Video - How to Catch Jumbo Perch in the Fall”

  1. Don Troyer Says:

    Just wondering if the perch are still biting out there, and where abouts were you on Lake Erie when you caught those jumbos?
    Haven’t put my boat away yet, and sure would like to test my t-turns on those perch before the snow flies.
    Don from Buffalo

  2. Hi Don,

    Great to hear from you in Buffalo. We were fishing out of Point Abino (between Fort Erie and Port Colborne). Those perch will be there for a while yet and the fishing in November is better than October! So t’s good that you have not winterized your boat yet. The key (as you most likely know for Lake Erie) is to have calm winds so you can get out there and drift slowly.

    Also, Myers reef, out form Buffalo should also have some nice perch on it at this time.

    Thanks for writing in and hope you get a chance to get out in November - we plan on getting out, weather permitting….should be great!

  3. Watched the video two-three times, and could not see the way the t-turn swivel and the hook(s)were tied. Thinking of ordering it, but hesitant until I can better see how to use it. Thanks.

  4. Hello Rod,

    Glad you enjoyed the video and we should have filmed a close up showing our set up - but I can try to quickly explain.

    If you only had one T-Turn, you would tie the T-Turn to your main line. Then you would tie a line with a sinker on it to the other end of your T-Turn. This would leave the “T” part (middle swivel) open, and this is where you would tie your hook line to.

    It’s a fantastic live bait or cut bait rig - you’ll love it!

    Thanks for writing in and until next time good luck and good fishing!

 

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