This does beg the question - can you go into spring / summer with too much honey? I have a very similar situation whereas the top deeps are absolutely loaded with honey - as in 7 of 10 frames completely full with the other 3 more than 70 percent full. How should I handle this situation?
I assume that some of this needs to come off but how much and should I just reuse the frames after honey is has been harvested?
If the bees aren't covering the comb, you may put your hive at risk for wax moth or small hive beetles. That would be the only thing I know of that would suggest going into spring/summer with too much honey.
If your brood box is full of honey, pull the ones out of the middle, leaving a frame of honey on each side, and replace then with either empty frames or frames with empty comb to give the queen room to lay eggs.
After you extract honey, you can put the frames back in the hive for the bees to clean up.