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Going to Vermilion tomorrow for a week!

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First vacation in years, taking my Dad with. Got some good advice so I won't bother begging for any here. If you see two rookies out in an old red Lund say hi!

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Welcome to FM!

Hope your vacation on Vermilion goes well!

Cliff

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Good luck!!! Even if you don't find a great bite it is going to be real purdy out there.

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Well I'm back. All I got was a bent prop and a dozen leftover minnows! Ohh well, it was really pretty! Only thing I caught was 1 little perch.

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Did you fish east or west end?

Doug

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