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Just made a quick trip up, fished for 4 days (Sunday through Wednesday).

Fished the west end, never ventured east of Wakemup Narrows.

Caught fish in all the usual spots, mostly "catch and release" sizes, but filled our 2-person eater limit by noon Monday, and put back a lot of 15-16's after that. Most fish were 21-23, with one nice fat 28". Over all about 45-50 walleye in the boat.

People, if that is "poor fishing" water, you all need to give up the sport.

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easy there Hans ,SHHHH!this is the world wide web! all the walleyes are on the other end!

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Great to hear. heading up on Wednesday. Staying on the west end. Can't wait. Thanks for the update. BTW-What was the hot rig? Live bait? trolling with raps? Any suggestion would be awesome!

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Great to hear. heading up on Wednesday. Staying on the west end. Can't wait. Thanks for the update. BTW-What was the hot rig? Live bait? trolling with raps? Any suggestion would be awesome!

Live bait. Leeches rigged with chart gumdrop. Jig and shiner deeper.

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will be at the life of Riley Resort monday through Friday morning, it anyone is in the area and wants to stop by to share a cooler full of adult beverages. Planning on fishing hard during the day and eating good in the evening. I really need this vacation

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Fish should be rockin' at Metzes point and the Osprey nest. This is the easiest time of year to get the walleyes riggin a leech. If you are at LOR, don't forget to try the sand flat by the island right out front of the resort. Gosh, I miss this bite!!!

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Hi Doug,

We're missing that black Lund on the lake!

Actually Metzes was barren. Osprey nest OK, but not spectacular. Hibbing Point and the whole area around 1st/2nd Island were best producers. Mike Lantry said some folks were hitting 'em hard around the channel buoy north of Taylors Island.

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Teacher, we will be camping, come om down when you get in and we will have two days of fishing in and will be able to tell you all sorts of lies.

Jacob

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Fish should be rockin' at Metzes point and the Osprey nest. This is the easiest time of year to get the walleyes riggin a leech. If you are at LOR, don't forget to try the sand flat by the island right out front of the resort. Gosh, I miss this bite!!!

To those who are new, the osprey nest fell down, and it is Metsa point. Island is still there.

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Hey Hans,

I do miss Lake Vermilion, though we really enjoy living here in the Ozarks. Two great lakes and the White River is great to fish as well. Its just that the deer are a lot smaller.

Next time you are up, give my best to Mike and Bonnie.

Figured that Osprey nest would be coming down sometime, but then again, there is no garbage around "garbage point", but I'll bet they are biting there pretty good as well.(hope I spelled that right)

Take care,

Doug

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