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7/11/15 8:29 PM CST
On the east end there are thd East Two Rivers, West Two Rivers and Pike River flowing into Pike Bay of Vermilion. Water flows out of Vermilion via the Vermilion River mid lske near Wolf Bay.

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7/11/15 8:25 PM CST
It all depends on where you will he on yhe lake, west end, (Cook end) or east end, (Tower end), or somewhere in between. I suspect the walleyes to he deep this timd of year during the day. I use a modified lindy type rig with 2 and even 3 ounce wire weights sliding on the main line with crawlers. Sometimes a small dpinner is needed. 40 feet is my limig using this set up on the east end in Big Bay. Neighbors use downriggers and crankbaits 40 feet or more.

I don't know Frazier Bay, only Big Bay. The mayfly hatch should long be over and air/water temps elevated. Early morning and late evenings we'll troll crankbaits along shore.

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7/10/15 10:28 PM CST
Hope the fishing is not as tough as getting a little advice is, just want to show the kids a good time.

Is there anybody that can share a little info?

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7/5/15 7:11 PM CST
Can anyone tell me where on this lake there are rivers or streams that feed into lake vermillion?

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7/5/15 12:44 PM CST
Coming up to Vermilion July 20th for a week from Green Bay. Meeting two brother in-laws from the twin cities for a week of father and son fishing before the kids head back to college. Looking for some tips/info on how to target walleyes this time of year on Lake Vermilion. Don't need GPS cords. just some help on what type of areas to target, baits, presentations, depths... Will be staying in the Frazer Bay area on the south shore and would love to end the week with a fish fry. If the walleyes are slow we would love to get a few nice perch. Any help would be very much appreciated!

Thanks, Ron

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6/15/15 5:37 AM CST
Kugeman PM me

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5/11/15 8:15 PM CST
Coming up to lake vermilion in late june can anyone tell me the size limit on the fish. Thank you

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4/11/15 4:31 PM CST
Lund2150, I'd suggest Vermilion Dam Lodge. Hard to beat!

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3/16/15 7:18 PM CST
Help coming up to the big v end of May and 3rd weekend in June,any sugestion on where to stay,for this time of year.nothing fancy just a warm shower and bed.i would camp or just sleep in my truck but I have a younger and frail brother in law Coming with.thanks in advance for any help...and god bless

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1/31/15 9:27 PM CST
Kugeman I am going up then too.. Use leeches for just about anything smallies, walleye, panfish. Lots of pike and Muskie in the weeds also targeted the 11-15 ft range and did well. I found a lot of smallies in schools on rock islands as well as a lot of largemouth in the reeds and under logs around shore. Hope this helped. See ya there.

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1/14/15 2:46 PM CST
We are planning a trip to Vermilion June 20th. Anybody have any information on where the fish might be? I don't need specifics (though it would be appreciated), but more interested in depths/generalized locations in Late June. This will be our first time to Vermilion, and we are staying on the west side of the lake. Any information would be appreciated.

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8/14/13 2:49 PM CST
Any musky die hards looking for a fishin' buddy PM me, recently moved to the virginia / mountain iron area and looking for good 2nd stick in the boat... Been up to vermillion a few times in past 3 years, fished the west side of lake with enough success to uproot from wisconsin... i've got an arsenal of my own gear but only have a 14ft starcr..aft to work with, motor needs coils and water pump so down to my electric motors until i find parts... 15 years of very successful musky hunting experience in northern and southern wi waters, from green bay to the metro waters of milwaukee casting and trolling.. thanks guys, and good fishin~ sorry no report yet as i'm still unpacking...

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8/11/13 5:33 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Tried leadcore trolling yesterday and only picked up one small walleye that was pretty much tight to a breakline in 20'. Accidently got that shallow. Main trolling passes were done in the 25-35' depths. A lot of fish were in the 20' range, close to breaklines. Tried bottom-bouncing before calling it a day and found small hungry walleyes in this area. Overall slow fishing. Surface water temp at 67º.

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8/4/13 1:31 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
August 2: My son and I fished for about 5 hours and caught 20 bass. A few smallmouth and the rest were largemouth. We fished boat houses and docks and caught a few fish in those areas, but the majority of our fish came off of where rocks met weeds in 4-8 feet of water. We only fished with Northland Dipsticks on Northland Lipstick 3/16 oz hooks. We didn't need to fish with anything else as the numbers were good and the size of the fish were good. One largemouth was just under 5 pounds. The smallies were 2-3 pounds. Caught many largemouth that were 2 pounds. It was a great day on the water!

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7/27/13 7:31 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Crazy week on the west end of Big V. Highs from low 60's to low 70's lows in the low 40's. If you're heading up think late June not late July early August with your bait selection and presentation. I saw (male) Blue Gills still guarding beds. Caught lots of Large Mouth on wacky worms over the tops of the coontail in 5 feet or so. Everything was basically a lot shallower than usual (for July 20 - 27) but the fishing was great as always. Stayed at Muskego Point Resort 5th year in a row. You can’t beat the place it’s outstanding. Joe, Jenny and Blake run a spotless camp and the service is second to none.

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