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vermilion musky fishing reports

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I was interested to know how the musky fishing has been this past week. I am making a 8 hr. drive up with my dad. Not looking for spots just was seeing if the fish are biting very good or following or has it been slow. any replies would be appreciated. Tracy

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Slow and very crowded. There are some smaller fish being caught though. Good luck....

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Slow and very crowded. There are some smaller fish being caught though. Good luck....


That is the truth, I swear there was a boat on every rock this past week, especially during the evening.

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west end not that thick. If you get one, pretty nice, with a small red hook in its lip, send me a picture. I had her on for maybe 10 minutes while walleye fishing. 8 lb test doesn't have much effect. Got a couple of flashes is all. She hit a leech in 17 feet. near hoover island. frown.giffrown.giffrown.gif

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