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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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jostend

September Smallies/Largemouth/Walleyes

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jostend

Coming up this weekend and staying on the east side of the lake. How has the fishing been as of late? Any info on where to get started on Thursday would help!

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I fished Frazier Bay on Saturday and Sunday in the AM. We caught about 100 10-12 inchers. We never did catch anything worth keeping. It was much the same story from everyone else we talked to out on the water. Graphed lots of fish in 30 foot holes and off the windy points. We fished all depths. Most of the 10 inchers were on jigs tipped with minnow or crawlers. It didn't seem to matter.

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Cliff Wagenbach

The walleye bite has started to pick up this week.
Lindys baited with crawlers or pike minnows have been working well for me.
Fish steep dropping points, bay mouths, or mud/sand flats. 17' to 57'.
Spinners have also been getting fish for some guys.
Good Fishing!
Cliff

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CliffsGuideService-LakeVermilion.com
Lake Vermilion
Phone: (218) 753-2005

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Wall-or-Bass

I'll be up to Vermillion next week as well. What are water temp's sitting at on the east side?

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