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musbemusky
musbemusky
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8/14/13 2:49 PM CST
Any musky die hards looking for a fishin' buddy PM me, recently moved to the virginia / mountain iron area and looking for good 2nd stick in the boat... Been up to vermillion a few times in past 3 years, fished the west side of lake with enough success to uproot from wisconsin... i've got an arsenal of my own gear but only have a 14ft starcr..aft to work with, motor needs coils and water pump so down to my electric motors until i find parts... 15 years of very successful musky hunting experience in northern and southern wi waters, from green bay to the metro waters of milwaukee casting and trolling.. thanks guys, and good fishin~ sorry no report yet as i'm still unpacking...

Greg Clusiau
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FISHING REPORT
8/11/13 5:33 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Tried leadcore trolling yesterday and only picked up one small walleye that was pretty much tight to a breakline in 20'. Accidently got that shallow. Main trolling passes were done in the 25-35' depths. A lot of fish were in the 20' range, close to breaklines. Tried bottom-bouncing before calling it a day and found small hungry walleyes in this area. Overall slow fishing. Surface water temp at 67º.

BILL MATHIS
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8/4/13 1:31 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
August 2: My son and I fished for about 5 hours and caught 20 bass. A few smallmouth and the rest were largemouth. We fished boat houses and docks and caught a few fish in those areas, but the majority of our fish came off of where rocks met weeds in 4-8 feet of water. We only fished with Northland Dipsticks on Northland Lipstick 3/16 oz hooks. We didn't need to fish with anything else as the numbers were good and the size of the fish were good. One largemouth was just under 5 pounds. The smallies were 2-3 pounds. Caught many largemouth that were 2 pounds. It was a great day on the water!

[This post was last edited on 8/4/13 at 1:33 PM]

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KJHR
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7/27/13 7:31 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Crazy week on the west end of Big V. Highs from low 60's to low 70's lows in the low 40's. If you're heading up think late June not late July early August with your bait selection and presentation. I saw (male) Blue Gills still guarding beds. Caught lots of Large Mouth on wacky worms over the tops of the coontail in 5 feet or so. Everything was basically a lot shallower than usual (for July 20 - 27) but the fishing was great as always. Stayed at Muskego Point Resort 5th year in a row. You can’t beat the place it’s outstanding. Joe, Jenny and Blake run a spotless camp and the service is second to none.

jiggywithit
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7/27/13 10:30 AM CST
Does anyone have a fishing report? We will be coming up next Saturday and any info would be appreciated.

Steve L - Lake-Link
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5/28/13 11:19 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
We had the chance to get on Lake Vermilion and fish from noon to 6-pm this weekend. we fished mostly the west side of the lake. Using Spinner Baits and Dipsticks Rigs. we also tryed Top water and Jerk Baits. but no Large or small mouth bass to be found. Fishing Rocks and Timber. Then also tryed some Docks to see if the Bass had moved to them. we fished 9-spots, No fish! Water temps ranged from 40 to 60 Degrees. still a little cold.

Good Luck on the Water!!

Smile

Greg Clusiau
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5/18/13 7:29 AM CST
Curious how the City Auto Glass Walleye Classic goes today on Vermilion, as all of the ice isn't even off the lake yet. No navigation markers in place either. Wow. What a spring.

Waylander
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4/9/13 1:38 PM CST
Anyone have a guess as to the ice depth?

walleyeslayer2727
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3/25/13 7:59 PM CST
I was just wondering if anyone could give me some general information for fishing Vermilion for walleyes in late June or early July.

I've never fished the lake. I'm not asking for specific spots, just general structure and presentations. I'm an avid fishermen and can catch fish. Just looking for some general starting information.

Musky Hunter 54"
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10/16/12 12:13 PM CST
Any advice on where to get muskies this time of year on vermilion? I got a 54" muskie there this summer and I`m coming back Thursday for the weekend.

[This post was last edited on 10/16/12 at 1:23 PM]
smbrickner
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10/12/12 8:29 AM CST
Heading up Weds morning. What are the current water temps? Ciscoes moving up yet? Thanks in advance.

pukeboy
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9/4/12 12:19 PM CST
The wife and I will be at Vermillion 9/8 - 9/15. I have fished Vermillion 3 times in June but never in the Fall. Are worms still the bite for the Eyes? Minnows yet? Smallies still close to shore. Weather forecast is cooling with lows into the 30s at night.This should turn the Eyes on. I heard its been a tough Summer. It was tough in June but the Smallies were on fire. Like always.

Any thoughts or suggestions appreciated. Cool

muskybuster
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8/30/12 10:05 PM CST
Thanks ally!

ally1
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8/29/12 11:35 PM CST
Go to shagwa lake in down town Ely if you want to catch Walleye's. You will be wasting your time on this big lake unless you get a guide.

muskybuster
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8/29/12 2:44 PM CST
Has anybody been doing any good on walleyes or muskies. Heading up next week and hoping to get over that way to fish. Never been on the lake before. If anyone has some suggestions on what areas to target you can pm me

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