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An Area Lake

Ahoy Mateys - here I come

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I thought it was cute to be coy, forgive me there fella's - it was a foolish ploy. With so many lakes, so little time - it may be a struggle to make this thing rhyme. But we'll give it a try just the same - as we talk of this lake which has no name.

What caught my interest driving by, was how many cars were on the fly. There were minivans, pickups - vehicles galore, I assume 8-10" and nothing more? With a thread posted out there of a truck going through - I sure hope this fella isn't one of you.

We're nearing the end of this kindly poem - thank goodness you say - this guy is a gnome? With so many other words you could say, the walleyes are biting - I'll be on my way.

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The Angling Poet

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?? You lost me. Are you asking about plowed roads on a specific lake, or where to find fish, or what?

Walleyes in 10 feet in the evening time sounds about right.

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You lost me also? Is it a poem or what? Makes no sense to me?

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I am lost also???

What's the deal??

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Well, I got it!

Bravo!!!!

Bravo!!!!

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You could write warning for the DNR about ice safety grin.gif I think people comprehend things better when they rhyme.

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    • TrueNorth
      Did you finish 7th grade grammar? I'm trying to understand your question...can't!
    • SkunkedAgain
      There are two main spawning spots on Vermilion that I know of. I'm near the one on the west end of Vermilion. The walleye haven't been as good on this end yet they don't pull any fish out from here. They've been pulling walleye out of the east end spawning spot in Pike Bay, and for some reason walleye have been doing better over there.   I have no doubt that there are many variables that go into the equation, but you can't ignore that the end they put the 10% back into has been doing better than the one where they leave it alone.
    • TrueNorth
      Are there any updates for the area?  It sounds like crappie fishing is good in the shallows on Fishtrap.  I heard Sham is fighting high waters with no end in sight....
    • TrueNorth
      Trolloni - Do you write it that way to actually troll us?  Creel/lake surveys show Vermilion is very healthy and the DNR continues to use new technology.  It's only going to get better.  If we listened to old, arm-chair QB's, fishing would be as shi#TY as the West side.  
    • Cliff Wagenbach
      At least10% of all eggs hatched at the Pike River Hatchery are returned to Vermilion waters every year. According to DNR statistics that percentage is usually a much higher survival rate then if they had let the walleyes spawn naturally! I consider that a good trade off! Cliff