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Re: Bald Eagle
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Well I see my last-post didn't work so I'll try this again. Fished last Saturday morning until about noon. Traffic on the lake was light and so were the bites but we did manage to move 2 muskies on suckers. One slashed at the bait but never went after it. Really odd. The other one did take the bait down and we set on it but missed. Hoping to get one last trip out there tomorrow chasing muskies.Good luck to any die hards left if the open water holds out.

Posted on: 2019/11/8 8:32
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Re: Bald Eagle
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Posted on: 2019/10/20 8:25
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Re: White Bear Lake
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Fished the bear tonight for walleyes.....no dice. Talked to a few muskie guys coming in and they had similar results. Water temp was 61-60 so no turnover yet. Not sure what it will take but hoping for a pick me up here shortly.

Posted on: 2019/10/4 21:54
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Re: First time on vermilion
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Threw the kitchen sink at em and nothing was moving fish. Tried shallow, tried deep and neither boat in our crew saw one in 3 days. Water temps were about 59 degree's on Saturday so still fairly warm. Ended up switching over to fish walleyes and did manage to catch a nice limit of those on Friday evening but Saturday was a bust with the high winds and clear blue skies. Was fun to get to see this lake, can't wait to return, just hoping for some more cooperative fish.

Posted on: 2019/9/30 9:04
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Re: First time on vermilion
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Thanks for the tips but I got a question. If you've never fished the lake how do you know about all these spots to hit? Are you just gathering that by looking at a map?

Posted on: 2019/9/18 16:17
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Re: First time on vermilion
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Nobody answered the original poster but I have the same question 2 years later so I thought I'd ask. Heading up to Vermillion in two weeks to fish muskies for my first trip to the lake. Going to be staying on the east end near Fortune Bay so just looking for some idea's around locations, baits, colors, anything really. I've only ever fished in the BWCA for everything but muskies so I'm really looking forward to this bucket list item.

Posted on: 2019/9/12 12:53
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Re: White Bear Lake
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I'm honestly thinking about just trolling. Trick is this lake gets so busy during the week that you almost need to wait for crappy weather or evenings. Might just have to do that.

Posted on: 2019/7/12 13:32
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Bald Eagle
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This lakes turning into somewhat of a zoo now. Lots of pleasure boaters out there even during the week on nice days. Tossed baits for muskies tonight, no takers as usual. Fished the north end a bit. Water up there is very very stained. Lots of baitfish crashing the surface so where there is food there must be predators. Southern end is much clearer but also a lot busier. Did see a musky porpoise towards the end of the evening but didn't see any followers.

Almost looking forward to either some wet or colder weather to get rid of the riff raff and calm the waters abit. Got the front end of my boat swamped out by a wake-surfer. Can't do much with a 3 ft wave in a 17ft boat.

Posted on: 2019/7/12 13:31
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Re: Tow Vehicle Likes/Dislikes pulling a 8x16 ice house
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I'm sure you'll be happy with whatever you get. Almost all trucks these days are significantly more powerful and capable than those from 10 years ago. They are certainly getting more luxurious and expensive. Good luck.

Posted on: 2019/7/12 13:28
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Re: Tow Vehicle Likes/Dislikes pulling a 8x16 ice house
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Donít take our word for it, go to a dealer and drive one. Youíll see for yourself why people like myself like the Ecoboost so much.

Also theyíve been on the road since 2011. Iím pretty sure there are plenty on the road with over 150k on them. Ask around. Mines only got 83k at the moment.

Posted on: 2019/7/10 21:39
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