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fishmobile

I will be coming up to V next week and staying at McKinley Park. Are there any good slipbobber spots a person could quickly run out to that are close to the campgrounds?

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slick814

Check out the thread in this foruma called East Side Report. There are a couple of spots listed there that are a short distance from McKinley.

Otherwise, I'd say that there are some nice reefs around Ely Island that may be good to slip bobber on in the evening. Look on a map near the West end of the island and you should see a few spots staring right at you.

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Cliff Wagenbach

Try the reef just off of the West end of Ely Is. Between the small island and Ely Island. by the hazzard bouy.

There is also a good rock reef straight West from Birch Island.

Cliff

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vermilionwally

I tried that exact spot between the little island and ely island by the hazard buoy last week with a slip bobber and leech but didnt get anything of course i only stayed in that spot for 10 minutes or so. I know sir muskellunge is always patrolling that little island so he may be chasing away all the other fish grin.gif. I was drifting over that reef and didnt notice that i was suddenly between the buoy and the island and i looked down and saw a huge muskie swimming casually under the boat. Needless to say he saw every lure in my walleyes tackle box but didnt like any of it. I suppose that one sees hundreds of lures a day as there is always a boat casting for him nowadays. sorry about the story wink.gif

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