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River Rat

Vermillion River in Hastings

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Was wondering if anybody has been fishing down there lately or not. I was down there for about 2 weeks straight and didnt really manage to catch all that much. I really havent been able to get to some of the better spots that i like because of my broken ankle. All i was wondering if people have been having good luck for walleyes/smallies. I know there are big northerns in there and cats too but i havent got ahold of one yet. If anybody wants come fishing with me down there post back i will be heading down when ever i can find a partner.

-K.Schenk

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I've only been ther 1 time it was the day ater a huge storm. Didn't see a thing the water was chocolate milk. Thought the place looked like fun, when are you going?

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Hey river rat. I have been down there a few times in open water and hard water. I know a few spots and have a few spots I would like to try. I have topo maps and satellite images of the area to help find those backwater areas ... Give me a hoot sometime burchoid@gmail.com we could hit it up.

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Heading down there this weekend with a couple of buddies. Just wondering if the crappie/walleye bite as started up yet. If so what are people having the most luck on??? Thanks alot

K. Schenk

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Down by blackbird is usually a good bet. I haven't heard much else from this year. let me know how you do!!! burchoid@gmail.com

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Anyone fishin this river in the fall for walldos?

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Hopefully going to fish the river this saturday. Hopefully the walleyes and crappies have started to feed. I will post how i did after i go.

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Still slow...but good luck anyway!

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either email me at burchoid@gmail.com or post it here! I would head down there Saturday too, but I am deer hunting...

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