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Is perch fish good eating?

Asked: ameey, Last Updated:

Perch is GREAT to eat. Hands down, my favourite fish meat is the white, flaky variety and Perch falls into that variety. This category also includes Walleye, Pike, Crappie, Sunfish, and even Rock Bass in the freshwater world. Fish tastes good and it's healthy.

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