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BassAkwards

first timer this upcoming weekend

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Hey all!

Making my first trip to a cabin on Vermillion. Never been, never fished. Looking for any reports or hints to catch some walleye and musky. mostly depths to fish and any help in pointing in some general directions to start would be awesome.

Thanks guys

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On the East end most of my fish are comming out of 19' to 30' of water this week.

Jigs/minnows or lindys/minnows.

Cliff

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We were just on the West end of the lake and we caught our walleyes in 25'to 35' fow, using jig and minnows.Hibbing Point is a good place to try if you are on the west end. No luck on the muskies though.

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On the east end we were hammering them in a 24-28 foot hole off of an Island. We were using the (I tie my own) northland spinners (w/glow in the dark beads) that look like a fish and #6 chartruese gamakatsu hooks. 4 foot leader. 1/2 oz no snag sinker. From morning till 5pm they bit hard when trolled fast with a shiner minnow. Then at night we switched to 2 foot leaders with chartruese rattle bead and chubs in 10 feet of water.

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wow what a great pic, lucky kid you got.

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I wish it was just luck. When he's on he kicks my aXX out on the water.

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