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WhitefaceMan218

Vermillion smallmouth

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WhitefaceMan218    0
WhitefaceMan218

I'm looking to make a smallmouth trip to Vermillion in the next week or so. Will be fishing out of Tower. Am I better off fishing the deep rocks or cabin docks?

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Steve Foss    0
Steve Foss

Hey WFM, welcome to FM. Good to see you here. grin.gif

Probably you'll get some responses here, but you should also post your inquiry over on the Vermilion board.

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SledNeck    4
SledNeck

Shallow rocks.

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HateHumminbird

I'd also float your post past Deitz's nose, as well as Ray Esbolt's in the bass forums. They're both Vermillion smallmouth junkies.

Regarding docks, I know Ray said that muskies lay under a fair number of them as well, but for the real scoop, talk to those guys and others in the Vermillion and Bass forums.

Joel

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SledNeck    4
SledNeck

I will tell you everything you need to know about bass on the east end.

Lures = senkos

senko001.jpg

Where to fish=

deeper docks

underwater boulders

underwater rock points (especially out from islands)

cast by any underwater log doesnt matter the depth

cast by dead heads

Proof this works

vermil003.jpg

ver2012.jpg

MSG001.jpg

MSG004.jpg

vm3.jpg

vm4.jpg

vm5.jpg

PIG1.jpg

pig6.jpg

pig9.jpg

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SkunkedAgain    93
SkunkedAgain

I find it humorous that there's only one picture with a smile. grin.gif Looking at most of my pictures it's the same thing!

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Steve Foss    0
Steve Foss

I've come to the conclusion over almost 40 years of fishing that anglers can be divided into two groups and no other grouping matters: Those who want to smile in pictures and those who want to look tough. grin.gif

Thanks for the info, SledNeck. I'll be using that info my ownself.

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SledNeck    4
SledNeck

Hey, The focus of the picture is the FISH!!!!! I dont see any fish smiling either.

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Meat-Run    0
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Quote:

I find it humorous that there's only one picture with a smile.
grin.gif
Looking at most of my pictures it's the same thing!


Hey who cares what the fisherman is doing we only want to see the fish anyways!!! grin.gifgrin.gif

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Steve Foss    0
Steve Foss

Well now, that depends on WHO'S holding the fish, eh? cool.gif

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SledNeck    4
SledNeck

It might be a bit different if Jessica Alba was holding the fish, I'll give you that.

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