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What are the predators of perch?

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Almost every cool- to warm-water predatory fish species, such as northern pike, muskellunge, bass, sunfish, crappie, walleye, trout, and even other yellow perch, are predators of the yellow perch.

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    Fish are commonly associated with the water element, which signifies stability, balance, and tranquility. ... If water obscures a lot of hard decisions in life, the fish acts as a guide familiar with the world of the unknown. In this sense, it can act as a spiritual rock, a stabilizing force in the face of adversity.

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    Tuna can be eaten fresh; either raw or cooked, and canned (which is always pre-cooked).

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    Yes, most tetras will eat shrimp. Unless the shrimp are too large to fit into a tetra's mouth, the tetra will eat them. This risk is less when you keep the shrimp with peaceful tetras, like neon tetras and rummy noses.

  • Should you float fish on the bottom?

    Bait presentation Fish do not always feed on the bottom. For different reasons at different times of the year, fish can be near the surface or in mid-water. A float can be used to set the bait at a particular depth, not just on the bottom.

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    In my opinion, low water can put bass in a weird hangover-type of mood. I don't really know why, but they can just become flat-out lethargic when the bottom gets sucked out. That's why it's so important to make repeated casts to good-looking cover. It's one of the rare times it's actually good to be a stubborn angler.

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