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MikeyG

Annual Visit

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The annual visit the Lake Vermillion is only hours away! What's the action looking like? We'll be on the west end, near Black's Bay. We'll try walleyes, bass and crappies. If the cold front moves threw, how should I look for walleyes?

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Darn, is everyone coming up this weekend? My wife and I leave Friday and will be there all next week!

We'll be targeting the same: walleye, bass and crappies, although I never say no to perch either!

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When fishing for walleye's, we never fail to catch a few perch, and we don't no either!

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I'm the guy who used to sit at the entrance, drag that leech on the mud, no lindy, just drag it, they come up muddy, but they are usually 14-17" keepers. no luck for consistant keepers (eyes) in the bay here.

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try slip bobbering with a leech, and a red #6 hook, west of the bigger island to the west of the entrance too, evening, great fishing at night in front of white eagle resort too!!

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