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Prospects this weekend?

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Well it looks like for the sixth year in a row another cold front will be coming through on our annual guys weekend (Thursday-Sunday) on Vermilion. Curious if anyone has any thoughts on where the walleyes may be.....shallow, deep, on the points? Anyway, we haven't had too much success in prior years cold front walleye fishing. At least the leaves may be pretty if they aren't all down.

Thanks

BTW, JKrash I will come by to discuss dock removal. We are thinking mid October, maybe the 14th weekend.

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PSU,

The walleyes are on a good fall bite now.

Lindys and minnows or jigs and minnows will get fish in almost any area that is holding fish.

Try sharp drop offs,points and bay mouths.

Start at around 12 feet deep and just keep working deeper until you find them. Then concentrate on that depth in the area that you are fishing.

Most of my fish are comming out of 12 to 26 feet of water this week. By next week they will probably be deeper with the colder weather predicted.

I would highly recommend that you get a guide if you have had trouble catching fish in the past years during the fall on Vermilion.

Good Fishing!

Cliff

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