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Check out the star tribune today. Nice story on Vermilion Muskies. Troll those 14 inch baits on the west end.

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Wow, that's impressive. Glad to see the west end getting some good press.

Anyone know if they got those girls from his place up to Wakeumup or did they go through Wakeumup narrows and beyond to get them?

Stillfishin'h

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The big girls have really been biting on the East end of Vermilion this fall also.

Guide, Dave Schaeffer, boated a total of 12 muskies in 9 outings in the period from Oct., 17 to Nov.,13! shocked.gif

He boated 5 fish in one day!

He had 6 fish over 50 inches with 1 that was over 50 pounds!

His largest fish was a 54-1/2 incher that had a 27 inch girth!

Congratulations Dave! What a fall you have had.

Cliff

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Congrats Dave and family. I think your wife still has the calculated heaviest fish... grin.gif I'm glad you rode that horseshoe right to the end because we know the horse always dies someday.... frown.gif

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