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WhitefaceMan218

Vermillion smallmouth

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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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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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Shallow rocks.

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

Lures = senkos

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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

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PIG1.jpg

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

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Quote:

I find it humorous that there's only one picture with a smile.
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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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Well now, that depends on WHO'S holding the fish, eh? cool.gif

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

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