Yellow Perch


The yellow perch is easily distinguished by the 5-9 black vertical bars on their yellow or greenish-yellow sides. Their body shape is described as elongate and slightly compressed. The yellow perch generally grows from 6-12 inches long. The yellow perch is the most widely distributed member of the perch family and is common throughout New York. It is an important sport fish and also the object of the commercial fishery in the Great Lakes. (Photo courtesy Finger Lakes Aquaculture)

Yellow Perch 3″-5″ $30.00 / 10

Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation District
7312 RT 31 Lyons, NY 14489