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The Fish
I guide on the East End, (Big Bay) area of Lake Vermilion.

Lake Vermilion is home to abundant populations of a wide variety of fish – northern pike, perch, crappie, sunfish, large/small mouth bass and musky.

But, if Walleyes are what you’re looking for, you’ve come to the right guide.

Nothing tastes better than fresh Northern Minnesota walleye. Join me for a fishing trip for walleye on Lake Vermilion in northern Minnesota. Book early as my schedule is filling fast.

The best fishing months are:
May through October – September and October usually produce the bigger walleyes.

Mornings and evenings are usually the best fishing time, but the mid-day bite can also prove to be very good.

The average walleye on Lake Vermilion has been running at approximately 14 to 17 inches long, but the chance of a real wall hanger is feasible. They are out there!

Limits are common on most outings.

Stringer of Walleyes

Lake Vermilion Facts
Lake Vermilion is located 90 miles North of Duluth, Minnesota, 220 miles north of Mpls./St. Paul. The lake stretches 35 miles across Minnesota's Arrowhead Region.

  • 40,557 acres of water
  • 365 islands
  • 1200 miles of shoreline

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