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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > December 2018 > Why Devils Lake Ice Fishing Trips are Perfect for Perch Fans
Winter is here, but that doesn't mean you have to stash away all of your fishing gear. Why not consider taking a Devils Lake ice fishing trip? Located in northeastern North Dakota and covering more than 180,000 acres, Devils Lake is known for being a hard water perch fishing hot spot.
Why are Devils Lake ice fishing trips perfect for perch fans? Well, if you want to know, keep reading because you'll find more than one answer to this question.
Since you understand why Devils Lake ice fishing trips are perfect for perch fans now, it’s time to pack up your thermal socks and head to North Dakota.
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