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RandyR

Hey Gary, I'm going to be up there from May 15 through May 19 and I am looking to do something a little different, maybe Vermilion for crappies and walleye or White Iron or maybe one of your favorite little secret lakes up there. Got any openings for Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday that week? I'm thinking full day.

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Mr. Pike1

Prior to having a cabin on the big V I used to go to Ely every year for 15 plus years. We stayed on White Iron or Garden lake.

I had some magical walleye days on White Iron, Farm, and South Farm.

Garden Lake also had a good walleye population but the fish were smaller by in large then White Iron. This lake has or at least it had some of the best slab crappie fishing I have every experienced in my life.

All of them are of course great smallmouth fisheries.

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garytheguide

randy.....good to hear from you....maybe give me a call and we will figure it out....i am home tonite....lets fish!!!!!

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      Where are you seeing this reported?
    • eyeguy 54
      not snagged   https://www.inforum.com/sports/outdoors/1009136-McFeely-Lincoln-angler-breaks-N.D.-state-walleye-record-but-doesnt-think-itll-last-long
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      no prob that you want to die fishing. but no sense in hurrying it up. lol