eVermilion Magazine

How to Report Suspicious Vegetation at Vermilion

Early detection of new aquatic invasive species (AIS) infestations is a team effort: Key to our success is property owners, lake visitors, volunteer access sentries, and AIS Detectors all working together. Please report any suspicious aquatic vegetation or invertebrates which you do not recognize as. . .

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The VLA’s Weekend Party Was Also an Information Fair

Last Saturday’s 50th anniversary picnic was not just about food and meeting old friends. The 285 attendees also had a great opportunity to ask questions about key Vermilion Lake Association activities while kids explored the Camp Vermilion grounds and enjoyed the bouncy house. Lake association. . .

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VLA Members Gather to Celebrate 50 Years of Service

The Vermilion Lake Association celebrated its 50th anniversary with a picnic last Saturday. Members reminisced about the first 50 years protecting and improving Lake Vermilion and discussed the challenges of the next fifty. Camp Vermilion on Wakemup Bay provided a fabulous setting with indoor and. . .

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Keep Lake Vermilion’s Hazard Buoys in Their Place

Hazard buoys and red/green channel markers help keep us all safe on Lake Vermilion. If you notice a buoy damaged, out of place or missing, please report the problem to Timbuktu Marina Matt Clines or Dawn Bogdan dawn@timbuktumarina.com 218-666-2434 The Vermilion Lake Association thanks Timbuktu. . .

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DNR Publishes Lake Vermilion Management Plan

A plan that covers how fish populations will be managed in Lake Vermilion through 2022 has been finalized by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Public input resulted in slight changes to the final plan including new stocking guidelines for muskie, a planned evaluation of. . .

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Boat Manufacturers Getting on Board to Fight AIS

Boats have always been designed to look great and perform well on the water. With aquatic invasive species (AIS) all around us waiting to hitchhike to your next lake, boat manufacturers have a new challenge: Eliminating all the hiding places and impossible-to-clean crevices where vegetation. . .

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Northern Pike Regulation Change on Lake Vermilion?

Anglers can play a role in a proposed fishing regulation change for northern pike on Lake Vermilion that would simplify northern pike regulations by bringing them in line with the new statewide zone regulation starting in May 2019. Anyone who wants to ask questions and. . .

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Vermilion’s Eight Shore Lunch Sites Get New Signs

Lake association volunteers Dick Johnson, John Zwieg, and Mel Hintz installed new signs with the Vermilion Lake Association (VLA) name and logo at the eight shore lunch sites maintained by the VLA around the lake. The signs are mounted on the ends of the docks,. . .

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Summer Newsletter Available Now Online

The Vermilion Lake Association is ready to mail its spring newsletter to its members. Act now to be among the first to read about our 50th Anniversary Picnic, The Lake Vermilion Fire Brigade, Cormorant Update, and more. Download or view your copy here.

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How to Report Suspicious Vegetation at Vermilion

Early detection of new aquatic invasive species (AIS) infestations is a team effort: Key to our success is property owners, lake visitors, volunteer access sentries, and AIS Detectors all working together. Please report any suspicious aquatic vegetation or invertebrates which you do not recognize as. . .

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