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25345
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The White Perch is a fish that is not hard to catch and will take a variety of baits. It is found in estuaries, rivers, creeks, or marshes and does not require expensive equipment to catch.
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Currents (NoCar TD 171.3 P3 P35x), Vol. 28 Issue 4, Winter 2010, p7, il
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9452
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In this first of a series of lesser known fishes of North Carolina, Lee describes the pirate perch. Its range in North Carolina is restricted to the eastern half of the state.
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28327
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White perch is a common fish that is usually found in brackish water and is also common in freshwater habitats. White perch in Albermarle Sound, North Carolina were collected to study length, weight, and age-specific fecundity relationships.
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38003
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Answering the question of the problem of fishing in the Catawba and Yadkin River reservoirs, the author surmises that although the improvement of fishing in these areas is in the hands of the power companies, the introduction of walleyed pike could be beneficial.