a small game fish,
greenish-gray above and silvery below, inhabiting streams along the Atlantic coast of the U.S.
Local residents of the area were amazed to be catching rock-fish, croaker, white perch and spot.
Dozens of small white perch, temporarily stunned, traced a kind of wake behind the boat.
Cut gizzard shad, big threadfin shad, and white perch seem to be the best baits.
White perch appear to be gaining in popularity with anglers, particularly during the winter months.
White perch are common throughout the tidal river, but fishing is best in the lower river during spring and summer.
Many anglers believe that the best eating freshwater fish of all is the white perch.
Although salmon are reported to be present in the lake white perch dominate the fishery.