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I am heading to Lake Vermilion on August 22. We are driving up from southeast michigan for the first time. I am looking for any up to date fishing reports for the west end. We are fishing for pike and musky only. Any baits, colors or any general locations would be much appreciated. I have heard so much good stuff about the lake we can't wait. Thanks

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I do not fish musky but I was up there awhile back and there was a big musky tourney. We were staying on the east side but took a pontoon ride to the west side and saw the biggest congregation of boats casting for Muskeys was around Indian Island-Larsens Bay-and the weedy flats between indian island and Muskeego bay and in Muskeego bay. I do not know if they got any fish just that were alot of boats in a rather confined area all tossing huge musky baits. Not nuch but may be a place to start. Good Fishing!!

Spinner baits in any weedey areas seemed to produce pike on the east side ( I was fishing everetts bay for bass and the pike were a pain tearing up my spinner baits, nothing huge but plenty of 2-4 lber's) and I am sure would do the same on the west. I did hook into a big musky 40+ in Stuntz Bay on a panfish hook with a small leech but the muskey was more interested in the Sunny eating the bait. Was a fun fight while it lasted needless to say the fish and the sunny never made it to the boat. Have a safe trip.

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