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First Fish Friday

It’s here! The very first Fish Friday! In an attempt to get more people cooking seafood at home, I’ve decided to launch a weekly recipe collection highlighting sustainable seafood. 493 more words


3-25-14 - Whites On The Board

The cold in the air kept us moving in search of the nomadic pods of white crappie. The bite didn’t start early like we had hoped but the quality made up for it. 152 more words


Lake Michigan Yellow Perch Opinion

Yellow Perch populations in Lake Michigan have declined dramatically in the last 20 years, primarily due to problems related to the survival of juveniles.  In response, the DNR has, at times, closed the commercial fishery and enacted regulations that dramatically curtailed the recreational harvest.   71 more words


Lake Ontario Yellow Perch Ukha, Perch Fritters, and Perch Roe Croutons

When I posted about my recent yellow perch frenzy on Lake Ontario, I forgot to mention one important fact that connects my ice fishing endeavors to the theme of this blog: yellow perch is closely related to the European perch, which is very popular with anglers in Eastern Europe. 908 more words


Lake Ontario Yellow Perch (Small and Large), Tomatoes, and Very Green Cabbage

My ice-fishing track record has been pretty disappointing this year. Disappointing as in not a single fish caught all season. Same as last year, come to think of it. 1,146 more words


Lake Erie White Perch

This is a post from Howard Meyerson about the white perch populations in Lake Erie.  If you are not already subscribed to Howard’s blog you should consider it.  15 more words


Increasing white perch population affecting Lake Erie yellow perch

By Howard Meyerson

MONROE, MI — It’s no secret that the Lake Erie yellow perch fishery is not what it used to be. Only 10 million 2-year-olds now show up in the catch compared with peak years in the mid-1980s when 70 million to 80 million were caught. 693 more words