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Guide for West End

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Looking for recomendations for a guide for around Memorial weekend for the West end for walleyes and crappies. Anyone have any recommendations? Mainly looking for someone to both educate me on the lake and also be flexible enough to come back to the resort to pick up the wife and a kid or two for an hour or two of fast actions.

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Try Bill Rosner at Wild Country Guide Service, Doug Knoer of Vermilion Guide Service, or Joe Panichi of Panichi Guide Service.

They are all great guys! I've fished with all three over the years. You'll enjoy any of them.

I'm not sure if I can post numbers but you can find contact info on the Lake Vermilion website. E-mail me if you have trouble finding it, I'll send you a link.

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 Originally Posted By: vermilionfox
Try Bill Rosner at Wild Country Guide Service, Doug Knoer of Vermilion Guide Service, or Joe Panichi of Panichi Guide Service.

They are all great guys! I've fished with all three over the years. You'll enjoy any of them.

I'm not sure if I can post numbers but you can find contact info on the Lake Vermilion website. E-mail me if you have trouble finding it, I'll send you a link.

All of the mentioned guides will get you on fish on the West end!

Cliff

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