2019 Spring Bay Resort Fall Outing
Oct 10th, 2019 by Keith Worrall
Modified Oct 15th, 2019 at 12:19 PM
The 2019 Spring Bay Resort Fall outing started on October 9th
The crappie bite has been really good so far with plenty of limits being brought in and the OutdoorsFIRST Crew is catching allot of crappie from 11” to 14”. Trolling crank baits at 1.2 to 1.5 mph in 4.5 to 6 feet of water has been the key.
Steve Worrall with a nice Lake Vermilion Crappie caught trolling a #5 Berkley Shallow Flicker Shad
Schedule of events and information on the outing
Crappie for dinner “Yummy”
OFM’s Keith Worrall with a dandy caught trolling
The walleye bite has been hit and miss but those targeting them are doing very well.
Tom and Chuck Have been putting the hurt on the crappie and walleyes all week nice work guys
2019 Friday Dock Side Seminar With Steve Amundson – Vermilion Walleye Patterns and West End Muskies
Friday Dockside seminar by Steve Amundson at the 2019 Spring Bay Resort Fall Outing. Spring Bay Resort & Guide Service-Lake Vermilion-Cook Minnesota
Posted by OutdoorsFIRST Media on Friday, October 11, 2019
Quick Clip from the 2018 outing – Targeting walleye with Steve Amundson
Steve and Keith Worrall with OFM on the H2O hit the water with Steve from Spring Bay Resort and Guide Service on a cold October morning, and put some nice walleyes in the net!
Posted by Spring Bay Resort & Guide Service-Lake Vermilion-Cook Minnesota on Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Muskie fishing has been tough with only two boated so far.
Pictured is Ladd with a nice 46 incher from the second day of the outing
Pike have been fairly abundant and a couple nice ones have been caught and released
Dock Side Demo With Steve & Keith Worrall – Crappie Tactics and New Products
Crappie Fishing Tips With Steve and Keith Worrall at the 2019 Spring Bay Resort Fall Outing. Spring Bay Resort & Guide Service-Lake Vermilion-Cook Minnesota
Posted by OutdoorsFIRST Media on Monday, October 14, 2019
Day two was challenging early and nearly impossible the rest of the day with howling winds and rain. By evening, it was spitting snow and by morning…well, you can see by the pictures. A few boats hit the crappies yesterday morning and did very well, reporting constant action with doubles at 13″. A few folks pulled their boat this morning, but a few are headed out into the snow and cold later.
A bit o f snow just to keep things interesting
Tom and Chuck with a couple crappie from the final day of the event. Chuck won the half day guide trip with Steve Worrall during the Friday dockside give away.
One of many crappie caught on a Vexan Wasp crank bait
Banquet and awards below