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Giddy-up Boys!! Almost time to heat up the waters!

I am so excited to get to fish Vermillion for the first time. Should be great timing this year for the fish to turn on. Looking forward to meeting everyone, ok I need to try and concentrate back on work now...thanks a lot that is going to be impossible now!

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I would love to get up a day early and do some prefishing but it isn't going to work for me. I will be following CD or PWaldo the first day grin.gif

Thanks for the directions, that is a darn big lake!!ScottS

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hehehehe...
We'll be up EARLY Thursday to get a jump on all of you wink.gif Gonna need it this year.
I'll be sending out Guideman's directions to everyone next week. Can't wait!!

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My partner and I will be up on Thursday noonish. We will be staying at Hoo Doo that night. If anyone else is going to be around, let me know and I'll give you my cell number and you can call. Wow, I can't wait. Hope the weather will warm up some by than.

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I can't wait!
Our company had their anual fishing trip on the lake for 7 years but we fish the west side!Looks like we will have to do a little work too!

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Is anyone besides me getting excited to fish the BIG V? I have never been on the lake but I am very excited. There must be others in the series that are getting excited.

Also, what part of the lake are we going out of? I have a map of the lake but won't know where the heck I am going? A little info on which part of the lake we are staying on may help me get started.ScottS

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I'm pumped for it. I have never fished the lake either. I will have to take a little vacation and pre-fish that week before! It's a big lake, I don't want to jump in a boat Sat. morning in complete confusion!
Anyone else thinking of heading up there early?

Find Hoodoo Point (southern area near Tower?)on the map, Scott. Somewhere in that area, but I don't know where exactly!

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Guidemans said his place is 5 minutes from Hoodoo point which is down in Pike Bay. I know that My partner and myself, along with Fishhead and Grabs will be up prefishing on Friday. We are going up on Thurs night.

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Hey Guys,
I must say I'm really looking forward to meeting all the guys from FM.com. smile.gif
My place is very easy to find, I'm on the west end of Pike bay, which is on the east end of the lake.

Just take 169 north 17 miles to the "Y"
store and take a left on county Rd 77.
There is also a billborard for Fortune
bay casino on the corner. Go 1.2 miles
and you will see my sign on the hwy.

Hwy 169 is 4 miles past the last stop light in Virginia. Make sure you don't take the turn in town it goes the other way. It happens all the time! smile.gif
The fireside seminar starts around 7:00
pm and goes until......whatever!

See you then! smile.gif


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Terry Sjoberg
Ace guide service.
Beautiful Lake Vermilion.
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I'm leaving for sure by Thursday afternoon....maybe earlier to get a head start on all you guys!
GullGuide-make sure you remind me about that radio before you leave! I have so much dump on my mind right now, I can easily forget smile.gif

Hammer'em- I'll be around, maybe we should get together and share some info to get a head start on Gull's team! Team ScottS and Gull were heavy competition last year wink.gif
My email is [email protected]

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Email me too when you find them!! [email protected]

Now that everyone is going up so early I may have to take Friday off too! I would hate to be the only lost soul on the lake.ScottS

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Geeez, one of the few "Northern" lakes I know something about and here I blow a chance to school ScottS, getting even for taking other events in landslide proportions!!!!LOL!!

Have fun guys!! This is one lake that after you fish it, you'll be back!
AWESOME lake!!!

Jim

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Sounds like most guys are going up a day or 2 early. I might have to leave Monday and get a jump on all of you grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Anyone other than Guideman going to be up over memorial weekend?? I'm fishing out of BayView Lodge for the weekend..Would enjoy meeting with you!...BFJ

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Hi BFJ,
Bay View is just down the road from my place, you pass right by on your way there. I am having some old friends and
my brothers and son up over the weekend
so stop by for a cold one.
You may even get a spot or 2 out of me if your interested. smile.gif
I'll see you then....have a safe trip!

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Ace guide service.
Beautiful Lake Vermilion.
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Thats it, after my tournament this weekend in Brainerd I am going to keep heading North. That should put me in Tower on Sunday evening and give me a full two weeks to prefish!! Ok, well I would have to have a job like Pwaldo does to pull that one off grin.gif

Jim, since you are not fishing maybe you could throw some of us who are not going to be prefishing a bone. I keep looking at the map and it looks like lots of water, lots of structure and lots of areas to lose my lower unit!! Hopefully that translates to lots-o-fish!

Guideman, is your place in Pike Bay?ScottS

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Hey Bob O,
I do have a ramp in my yard, it can handle most boats unless you need alot of water to get it off the trailer.

There is a puplic ramp in Pike bay or you can launch at Vermilion house boats
right next door for $5.00.

I should have enough dock space for all that stay at my place. My neighbor and I, each have 100ft docks. smile.gif

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Beautiful Lake Vermilion.
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Guideman,
Thanks for the directions to your place. Are you planning to have all of us launch and park at your place, or is there a nearby public launch and we could boat to your place?

If you plan to offer your place, how early can we launch on Fri morning without bothering anyone?

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