Category Archives: Fishing Reports

Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

The fish all across Lake Vermilion are in their summer patterns and are very hungry with the warm water and large amounts of available forage. Walleye fishing has been nothing short of fantastic with fish holding along almost every shoreline break and piece of mid lake structure across. . .

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Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

The walleyes are moving out to some of the main lake structure in Big Bay and Frazier Bay and are biting in 22′ to 28′ of water. These edges near the rocks are holding the most fish as the walleyes are feeding on the molting crayfish. Both. . .

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Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

The warming water and more stable weather have really turned the bite. The best walleye fishing has been in 18-24 feet of water in the sand adjacent to mud-bottom areas.  One day they want leeches, the next worms, and the next minnows; so, continue to. . .

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Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

What a crazy spring! The ice was out very late, yet it’s been one of the fastest warmups we’ve seen in a long time. Bobber fishing for me right now has been very good in 4 to 6 feet of water along rocky, protruding shorelines. . .

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Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

The easy walleye fishing we experienced for the first few weeks of the year has come to a grinding hault. For what is typically walleye prime time, the fish are not biting in their typical late spring / early summer locations. The walleyes that are. . .

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Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

Despite the cold water temperatures, the walleye bite over the past week has been very good. There are days where the weather changes have shut the bite down, but those slow periods are lasting less than a day. Fishing slow in 24 to 36 feet. . .

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Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

Well the 2018 walleye fishing opener has finally arrived! What a beautiful weekend we had too! From all of the reports that I have received and by my own experience the opener was a huge success for most fishermen. Walleyes were caught in depths ranging. . .

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Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

Fishing on Lake Vermilion continues to be great and the fall colors keep holding on to make the adventure even better. Walleyes are biting on rainbow chubs and pike suckers in 25 to 40 feet of water. Lindy rigs are working the best but jigs. . .

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Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

It is starting to feel like fall and the fish are finally starting to act like it is fall! The walleye bite has been very good with jigs and minnows in the deeper water, 25 to 35 feet seems to be the best. These fish. . .

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Lake Vermilion Fishing Report

The walleye bite has been fairly steady over the past week with walleyes being caught by using a variety of tactics in varying depths.  Lead core trolling is the most consistent with flicker shads in 25′ to 35′ of water producing a lot of fish. . . .

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