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Bob Schultz

Cure for Cabin Fever--Post your favorite summer Vermilion pictures

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Bob Schultz

Its been a long winter up here in AK. I was thinking how great it would be to see some beautiful summer pictures of Lake Vermilion, Sunsets, Musky's, Loons, Moose, Deer, Moonrise/Set, Rainbows, or anything else that would encourage me that summer is coming--We had some great shots that got "lost" when the computer crashed.

Forgive me if this is asking too much--I thought it might be fun to see everyones favorite shots.

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caseymcq

Here's a sunset from July '05:

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And here's a big northern that was CPR'd by a buddy I took fishing last summer:

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I hope this helps!

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Lee Lane

all my pics of vermil these days are after dark that dont help much. that lake turned me into a night owl!

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Silver Scale

Here's a couple.

Come on open water..... grin

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Passthru

Vermilion River, a couple sunsets and Wakemup Narrows.

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Bob Schultz

My dad used to always say, "A picture speaks a thousand words"

You guys have some great shots--Thank you! Very encouraging!

Keep em coming.

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Silver Scale

Some critters..

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Casey Sunsdahl

Great Pictures Jim.. love the deer pic.. and our old friend Larry!

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muskie-mike

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BigJay

Last June we saw a deer swimming across Wakemup narrows it almost looks like where that picture was taken.

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Silver Scale

A couple more for your viewing pleasure. This does seem to help take the spring fever edge off.... grin

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    • fisherjmb
      My parents were up yesterday and Wednesday and they did pretty good. Out in the mud in about 33-34 feet. Lots of boats were trolling but they did well looking for pods of fish and then spot-locking over the top of them and jigging with leeches and frozen shiners. 
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      Not terrible.  But they can be merciless, I will tell you.
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