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Mary Ronan perch plenty, kokanee scarcer

Updated: January 30, 2006, 6:13 PM ET
By Ed Riser | Fishing and Hunting News

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Lake Mary Ronan was never supposed to be a perch fishery, but after years of bothersome numbers of puny interlopers, the western Montana lake's perch have finally grown up and it has become a destination for ice anglers.

If you want to catch consistent numbers of 10-inch spinyrays, this lake west of Flathead Lake and the little town of Proctor is a good spot. But as the perch fishery becomes established, Lake Mary Ronan's previous headliners ...

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