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  1. 16 points
    I just returned home from a sweltering 4 day trip on Vermilion. In all of the years that I have fished Lake Vermilion, I don't ever remember it being so hot for so long. We had no top on our boat and once that sun got overhead, it was game over for us. The heat was just too unbearable. We heard that a couple of people were hauled off in ambulances due to heat stroke. But now, for the fishing report. During the 4 days that we fished, 2 were great and 2 were not so great. We fished the same spots basically, all 4 days. Nothing changed weather wise and, except for the heat, conditions seemed ideal. We saw only very sparse mayflies with no slicks anywhere. We found the walleyes in 18'-32' of water. When we were right on top of the reef in the rocks, we caught some real nice smallmouth and jumbos right along with the walleyes. Our best smallmouth was 18.5", our best jumbo was 11.5", and our best walleye was 26". We used both crawlers and leeches and I could not define a preference for one over the other. We ate walleyes while there and brought home our limit for 3 fishermen. None of the walleyes that we kept had mayflies. Surprisingly, the jumbos that came from the same reefs were full of mayflies. The areas that we fished were snaggy and I found that a 1oz bottom bouncer and a teardrop floating jig(blue and white) with a 3'-4' leader greatly reduced snags and satisfied the fish. We generally fished till about 1:00 when the heat became unbearable. We fished Big Bay, Portage Bay, and Fraser Bay. Big Bay and Fraser Bay produced all of our fish. We tried slip bobbers on top of reefs at varying depths and basically struck out. On Wednesday, we were fishing Fraser Bay when a smaller boat with a man and a woman came trolling by us next to an island(Alepo, if you must know). She hooked up and proceeded to fight what appeared to be a big fish. The fight continued and we finally decided it was a muskie. It was a joke watching these very nice people trying to land this fish because, they had no net and were completely unprepared to land this fish. She brought the fish up beside the boat and the man cradled his arms under the fish and lifted it up. That fish slapped him in the side of the head 5 or 6 times on the way into the boat. It was difficult to keep from laughing. We congratulated them and moved away only to see the man pick the fish up and heave it over the back of the boat. I went back and, sure enough, the big fish was on it's back and was belly up. We asked if they wanted us to revive it and, so, we did. She was mishandled and it took 10 minutes or better to get her to where she kicking pretty good so we could let her go. She swam away and disappeared. The fish was 45" long by their measurement and it was caught on a small spinner with a sucker minnow for bait. They said they were fast trolling this set-up for northerns. All in all, it's always great to be at the lake in spite of the weather. We have a second trip planned and reserved for late September. I'm pretty sure the weather will have cooled by then. Good Fishing, MarkB My best walleye of the trip
  2. 11 points
    Found the walleyes during the afternoon today. Wind blown rock reef. 8 feet of water. Bobber and leech. All the walleyes had perch minnows in their bellies. We caught 11 and kept our 8. The one pictured was 23 inches.
  3. 10 points
    Fished June 6-12. Focused on walleye primarily but my group caught just about every species the lake had to offer. We have been coming to vermilion for over a decade now and can say this was our best year for quantity and quality for walleye. Group landed a 29”, 26” and 25.5” as well as numerous 17-19.5” eater eyes. The bass were there but I think the main spawn was a week earlier as we caught many that were flat bellied. Managed a 20” and plenty of 15-19” small mouths. Walleye technique primarily lindy rigs with leeches from 18-30’ depending on the area but slip bobbers did take some fish as well. Crawlers and minnows worked too. Fished big bay, Canfield and pike bay for the eyes. As for bass, mepps and topwater baits took most of the fish along the banks. The lake never seems to disappoint even with the frequent weather changes last week. Can’t wait till next year . Here are some of our better fish.
  4. 9 points
    My new personal best for length 10 3/4".
  5. 7 points
    My parents are hammering the big ones this week. I don't know how deep or what tactic they are using, I only received the photos. The top one is 30 1/4 inches.
  6. 7 points
    Ive been up since Friday. Until today ive been out in short stints hour here or there each day. Sometimes just graphing areas looking for pods of fish. I caught a few fish each time but considering the thick pods I fished it was tough to get them to go. This morning I finally got out and hit it a bit harder. Ive had zero luck dragging lindys through these fish. Ive gone to camping on them with slip bobbers and leeches. 15-18 feet. The bite definitely hinges on getting some wave action from the wind and that's been tough to come by. There was a window this morning where it was an alright chop and I was able to get 4 in that 14.5-16" range. I tossed back a couple that were about 19 3/4. I'd rather eat a 15" personally. But again I was on carpets of fish and it was pick one off here and there. I fished 4 different reefs for those fish. Lots of Fish flies. So annoying. I did not see substantial evidence of any may flies. I'll be up most of the next 10 days. I'd think there bite would pick up soon.
  7. 7 points
    Just got back from fishing a 3 day weekend. Friday was tough. Fought wind for a while but couldn’t hang on the spots very well so gave up and fished bass for a while. Didn’t do well with them either, lots of short bites and missed hooksets. Saturday and Sunday were much better. Kept enough fish over 14” to eat and take home. Only 1 slot fish for the weekend. Threw back a bunch of 13-13.5” fish. By late summer and fall there is going to be a huge crop of really nice eaters. Jig and minnow were by far the best presentation for us. I used a lindy and jigs with crawler or leech all of Saturday and got outfished bad before giving in to jig and minnow on Sunday and doing much better. 20-28’ was best for us and 25 seemed to be the magic depth. Deeper reefs and shoreline shelves held a lot of fish. Frazer and big bay were identical for us in depth and presentation. Tried slip bobbers up shallow at night and that was the only time I got bit on a leech. Very few fish on bobbers though.
  8. 6 points
    I’ve fished this lake one week a year, at the end of July, for the last 8 years. We stay at Timber Bay Lodge and I have fished the SE part of the lake, all the way up to the Stony River. I almost solely target walleye. I say almost because I will fish bass or northern at times for fun. I’ve yet to target crappie on this lake and this year will be the first. I’ve caught a handful of big crappie by accident on this lake. I’ve heard they are in there. For walleye, I’ve typically used Lindy Rig with crawler or leech, and Jighead with a minnow. I typically tie a 3-5 ft leader, red hook, gold bead, 1/4 oz weight. If the wind and waves kick up I’ll use 1/2 ounce weight. I’ve often used a worm harness with gold or silver spinner too. Sometime I’ll throw crankbaits and that can the ticket. If I’m covering a flat I’ll use lindys or harnesses, if I’m hitting specific points and structures I’ll use a jighead. I’ve had the best luck in 8ft to 14ft but every year is different. For the record, I’ve never caught a huge walleye on this lake. I’ve caught countless eaters. But I’ve yet to connect with many big ones. I know they are in there. It seems like each year the fish are hot in June to mid July. Since we go at the end of July, we can be in the doldrums of Summer, so perhaps this is why Ive missed many big ones. There’s also a chance I’m targeting the wrong areas. Who knows. As for areas, I’ll typically target shorelines that have been hit by the wind for the day, or previous day. If I work an area for 15-20 min with little results, move on. I’ve experienced the fish stacking up on very specific points before too. If a point is holding fish, don’t be afraid to drift a small area and use your motor to return to the starting point, over and over. I’ve done this many times and limited out in an hour. One thing I have noticed is that the walleyes don’t seem to be active in the early morning. In fact, the best action I’ve seen has been 10am to 1pm, and 6pm to 9pm. I’ve never fished after dark. I have fished as early as 6 am on this lake and do not connect with the walleyes. I’m guessing it’s due to the dark water and low visibility. I hope this has been helpful and welcome other advice. If anyone would like to add or refute, feel free. This has been my experience on this lake and I’m welcome to hear other tactics, I’d also love some advice on the crappie. Where and what time of day? Best of luck on your trip.
  9. 6 points
    Went to Mille lacs with my dad brother and friend we kill em. We caught around 50 eyes and I caught 20 of them it was a blast. It was a much needed trip to clear my head and do what I do.
  10. 6 points
    I caught a new PB tiger muskellunge on Saturday. It was just about the best conditions a guy could ask for: overcast and calm winds. I was by myself (other than the dog) but there was another angler in his own boat nearby that watched the whole ordeal and immediately came over to take photos. I'm considering getting a replica made.
  11. 6 points
    My parents have a place in Everett bay. Dad and I did really well for walleyes on our most recent trip. We fished thursday, friday, and saturday. Our best catches were the last couple hours prior to sunset in about 12 feet of water on a sand/rock transition on a slip bobber setup with a leech. Here was our numbers for the days: Thursday: 18 caught between 10-18 inches Friday: 21 caught all between 12-15 inches Saturday: 24 caught between 8-15 inches The perch was 13.5 inches long for comparison in the photo. We did try some musky fishing and moved one 50+ incher in the weeds. We caught a few northern's while fishing for musky's as well.
  12. 6 points
    my boat is out of commission so broke out the 14ft Lund. Found some fish in 8 to 11ft around weeds. Purple jig and gulp minnows worked all week. Was visiting my folks up north last weekend
  13. 5 points
    Out yesterday for 3 hours bass fishing with my son north arm. Caught 10, nothing big. Using salmo hot pink shallow divers 2 1/2”.
  14. 5 points
    I stayed up there for a week and a half....the hottest week and a half of my life. I need to move to Alaska! I bought $40 worth of bait and used none of it. Quite the shame. I did have nieces and nephews up that loved being in the "bath water" of Vermilion. Water temps were consistently 80 degrees and above. I'll save my hard core fishing for later this summer and fall I guess. A lot of memories were made and I added three youngsters to the stable of first-time waterskiiers on the lake. MarkB - your reports are always great to read. I'm glad to hear that you had some success.
  15. 5 points
    Thought I would go for a cast after supper...able to fish around reef point area for an hour using pop-r’s(by request from smalljaw)...lots of active smallies...here is a sample...all put back to their beds....
  16. 5 points
    Was out on the Rum today, it was a hot morning and slowed down during the afternoon. All on the frog! Had a good mix of largemouth/smallmouth and pike.
  17. 5 points
    Well, got a response from Minnesota DNR and to my chagrin, it was not as I expected. Was told that if my daughter was purchased the $5 16-17 yr old license, then it would last the remainder of the year even though she turns 18. So she would not be required to purchase the adult license when she turned 18. Huh! Who’d have thunk it?!?
  18. 4 points
    The Leech Lake walleyes are on the move and our guides have been chasing them! With a recent fly hatch and some heat moving in this week has been a grind but we are still finding limits. A few keys to putting fish in the boat have been the location, the presentation and the wind. Most of our fish have been on Sucker bay and the main lake. Duck point, Ottertail point and Stoney point have all been good and putting out fish. We have been focusing on the 11-14 feet of water and covering ground has been important. Both Duck and Ottertail points have nice break lines that top out around 8 and bottom at 20, which, is what we have been focusing on. Try to run your boat along the break line and make note of where the fish tend to be. If they are on the top of the break fish there and likewise for the deeper water. Our presentation of choice, when the wind allows it, has been bottom bouncers with spinners. Gold, pink and white, and green have all been getting the Leech Lake walleye guide fish in the boat. Try to run these at 1.3-1.8 mph with just enough line out to “bounce off the bottom.” The wind has been a nice advantage the past few days. Use the wind to push your boat along the desired path for a nice easy drift. As stated above the places we have been focusing on are actually in the same area but with different layouts. this allows you to make sure you are fishing in the waves and not in flat calm water. As you may know, leech is very clear so on a flat calm and sunny day it can be tough. Find the waves and find the action. We do still have some openings for July yet. Give us a call to see what we have open. https://leechlakeguideservice.com Dennis Carlson with his Biggest walleye 27 inches. Caught on a green spinner rig
  19. 4 points
    Vermilion is a "no brainer" when it comes to smallmouth. You'll be fine in early August. What is your favorite way ti catch bass? Start with that and work from there. One of my favorites is a white/pearl fluke...they eat those things up.
  20. 4 points
    Whatya got? If it’s for free it’s for me.
  21. 4 points
    Got out on Fathers day with the Kayak down the Mississippi River for some good ole Smallmouth Bass action. River was low which made a great float and the smallies were hungry! They just couldn't resist the wacky worm once again. We have such an amazing fishery here in MN, glad to call this state home. Enjoy.
  22. 4 points
    Was up over the last weekend and did okay on Saturday night catching 5 eyes on the west side in niles bay area. 2 nice 18" eaters and the rest were all slot fish. lindys and crawlers worked best in shallower breaks 11'- 19' Went out the next morning and saw all of the mayfly slicks floating. Didn't get any Sunday. Be up in a couple weeks. Walleyes might be tight lipped on the west side for a week or so. the 2 i cut up saturday did have mayflies in them.
  23. 4 points
    You can call the DNR to make sure but I'm pretty sure she would need the adult license once she turns 18. I could be wrong though, so calling would be best.
  24. 4 points
    Time spent with my parents; going on shopping trips with my mom and riding along with my dad for whatever errands he was running. Summers that seemed to last forever; waking up late and running around outside for hours before it was time to come inside. Dinner every night at the table; my parents and all of my sisters and I eating the home-cooked meals my mom had prepared. The infalibility of my parents; no matter what the problem was, they'd be able to make it better-a cold, a bruise, a scrape, a sick pet, or a neighborhood bully... The health of my parents, and the idea that they would always be there to talk to-for advice and for companionship...
  25. 4 points
    Just returned from our annual trip to Cass. 7 of us had a nice week. Saw several eagles during the week too. It was windy and the effects of Cristobal also brought very cool weather for most of the week. We hit Pike Bay twice, Dick's Bay twice, and Allen's Bay twice with success on Rockies and Gills and a few Largemouth and Perch. The wind and waves kept us from Kitchi and also from our evening walleye fishing after dinner. And we only landed a single Pike all week among the seven of us. We had no luck at all in the Landing Strip area from N of Birch Villa all the way down to the Marina. I zig zagged from 10' out to 20' the whole way one late afternoon and we got zip. I worry that the weeds are not what they used to be due to that darn zebra mussel invasion. But I did see a guide bring in 2 clients with their walleye limit so they are there just maybe tough to find last week for us amateurs. Half our group ventured into Windigo on Friday and did quite good on Largemouth with several between 12-17" and many others under 12. My sister hooked a beautiful 20"/4.1 lb SMALLMOUTH. It is a hog and bigger than a football and was our big fish of the week. She also caught smallest of the week - a 3" perch. My claim to fame was 2 Bullheads. The 2nd one gave me a fun fight where I thought I had a nice LMB. As usual, after just returning home we are already looking forward to Cass next June.
  26. 4 points
    Well, the trip went well considering it was both our first time fishing for lakers. My dad got two with silver/blue deep diving crankbaits. I managed one with a large white twister tail grub. My dad got the biggest laker at 22". We put hours upon hours in the boat over two days. I was happy to at least catch my first lake trout and spend some time on a wonderful lake with my dad. Thank you everyone for the advice. I always report back to show my appreciation for the help.
  27. 4 points
    Mine (11 year old yellow lab and 13 month old yellow lab) took a while to figure out me working from home and my two kids as well. They were usually alone for ~6 hours during the day. They take turns sleeping at my feet or off to the side. Occasionally they'll double team me.
  28. 3 points
    So I figured I'd leave a report. I got up Saturday night. Problem is..... not much of a report other than in 10 years fishing this lake its the worst 2 days fishing ive ever had. I did get 2 16"last evening. But both mornings? Ive never fished so many thick pods of fish that would not go on anything. This afternoon I even tied walleye flies to try on a wolf river rig in the hopes of imitating bugs. Picture enclosed. I'll be up through the weekend so hopefully we get far enough away from the hatches that the bite gets going again.
  29. 3 points
    What you guys think? Someone sunk a boat?
  30. 3 points
    Just got back from vacation to the area. Fishing was good. Water temps are higher than I have experienced before in the area upper 70 to low eighty's in the mornings with them rising in the mid heat on the surface. We fishes mostly smaller bodies of water and I was very surprised at how shallow we found most fish. The walleye bite was fantastic in 10-16ft of water. Almost all fish were relating to the deep weed edge. Northern milfoil was #1 and cabbage #2 as far as cover preference. Cabbage relating fish were caught with spinners long lined with 1/4oz bullet sinkers pulled at .7 to .9 mph. Milfoil fish were caught with slip bobbers. Another surprise with these fish was that 70% or so we're caught between noon and 5 pm. Bluegills are located in similar areas. Some what shallower. Leeches under a bobber or Lindy rigs caught most of the gills. Somedays they were more difficult to find then others but when you found them, you caught very nice fish. Bass fishing usually is low on our target species, however we did find a number of very nice fish relating to offshore bait clusters in deeper water, 20 to 22 ft. These fish were turned by jig worms or drop shot rigs, electronics were key here. Reed beds in shallow is where the bulk of our shallow bass showed. Northern pike were few this past week, the ones we caught were smaller and bite on crawler harnesses fishing for walleye.
  31. 3 points
    Hope everyone has a fun and 4th July!
  32. 3 points
    Finally cooled off a little, so off to hit it for an hour or two.. Got grand kids here so have to stick around some.
  33. 3 points
    I would agree with James about tough bite. The last few days have been tough. You wont see those mayflies in Big Bay, because they all hatched last week. We have had high heat no wind to go with mayflies,then fish flies so I think that explains the problem. It will get better soon as minnows become primary food source for eyes. Wont see you out there for a while as I have to leave for a week. Good Luck !!
  34. 3 points
    Happy Independence Day to my fellow FM friends!
  35. 3 points
    Absolutely. Anyone interested in Muskies should only fish east of oak narrows.... Please... preferably even further east..
  36. 3 points
    Spent 2 12hr days fishing the west side for skis. I fished every rockpile I saw on gps and every weedbed I could see. Not even one follow. Next time I'll head to the east side.
  37. 3 points
    On the south end... A big week of walleyes on LOW. Fish being caught around the lake. A lot of fish on the south shore right now near the Lighthouse Gap and Pine Island. Get out a few miles and watch electronics. Lots of fish from 5' - 32' of water. Walleyes have the feedbag on. Morris Point Gap, Zippel Bay, Long Point and Rocky Point anglers all reporting good catches. Two main techniques, drifting with a snelled spinner with a crawler or leech and jigging with a frozen shiner or fathead are go to. Gold / pink / glow red / glow white all working well. Anglers catching plenty of eaters with larger slots and trophy walleyes. Pike and some jumbo perch in the mix as well. On the Rainy River... Smallmouth bass bite good in rocky areas, around bridges and current breaks. Pike are also active cruising in bays, bay mouths and current breaks. Walleyes hanging out in 15-25' and being caught with a jig and minnow or trolling crankbaits. Sturgeon anglers looking forward to sturgeon fishing reopening on July 1st. A great population of sturgeon in the river. Up at the NW Angle... Until the US / Canada border opens, guests can travel across the lake and stay in MN waters. Check with your favorite NW Angle resort for options. Good walleye fishing again this week. Some walleyes shallow in 4-10' around sandy and rocky areas being caught with spinners / crawlers and crankbaits. Other schools of walleyes hanging out deeper adjacent to shoreline breaks and reefs. Pike, jumbo perch and smallmouth bass showing up as well.
  38. 3 points
    The Largemouths have been biting more and more on Lake O'dowd in Shakopee. I landed this dude at around 8:30 last night in about 4-7 feet of water using a Berkley plastic worm on a Texas Rig. Lots of fun catching him from my kayak The ruler is a little blurry, but I marked him at right around 17 inches.
  39. 3 points
    Follow eyeguy and Rick from a distance, once they leave walk out to their spots and share the GPS coordinates with us
  40. 3 points
    Water temps have hovered around the 65 degree mark. It has bumped up to 70 twice and dropped again with the wind and rain. Walleye fishing has been good at night pulling perch patterned cranks in 5-7 fow. During the day 15-18 fow on crawlers or leeches. Found some jumbo perch on flats or in reeds mixed with bluegills and rock bass.
  41. 3 points
    I was bass fishing on Saturday out of Liberty Beach. The entire access was already full at 7:10am when I got there and people were parking on the road. Bass fishing was tough. I caught four of them in about 5 hours but they were all quality fish between 17-18.5 inches. My parents have been walleye fishing on the mud flats and they caught 71 walleyes on Sunday in about 7.5 hours using a lindy rig and leech in 4 foot waves. The walleyes are starving and willing to bite just about anything you want to drag around out there.
  42. 3 points
    Hi Everyone. I just got back from 5 days on Lake Vermilion and the fishing for me was very good. I primarily fish walleyes, but I managed to catch a few nice small mouth as well. I marked on the Helix fish in the 18-23 ft area in the mud, and so tried to use lead core and met with limited success. Not as much luck compared to previous years. But I did always scratch out a few. The mayfly hatch is on, and this may have affected my luck during the day. Between crushing heat to stormy weather with large temp variations I think I did very well. And the wind during the day was brutal. I may have fished in rougher water, but I can't remember when. I always got half a dozen a day, and my biggest was a 25" mixed with a few 23's. By far though, was my success fishing the shallows. Trolling in Pike Bay, in water 6-9 ft deep, especially in the late afternoon and evening, produced phenominally for me. Do not underestimate how good the mayfly hatch can be in shallow water! Shallow Shad Raps, mixed with trolling Mimic Minnows (1/8 oz) will produce.
  43. 3 points
    I intend to start floating the Rum in the next month here. I generally do the best on smallmouth in July/August when the water is at its warmest. Basically when lake fishing starts to slow down, the river heats up. I don't know how high the river is but some parts of MN are in a slight/moderate drought so I have a feeling its lower than normal. I fished the river further north near Mille Lacs on Friday and found a school of big skinny unhealthy walleyes stacked in a deep hole. All four of them were 25-27 inches and very skinny.
  44. 3 points
    Thanks for the report. I feel for all the camp operators and retail operations who are seeing their business evaporate. I feel for all the fishermen who have been coming to Canada for many years. For me personally, I never dreamed when I bought my home on Rainy Lake that one day I would be told I can’t go to my own home. What happens if COVID takes a turn for the worse? Does the Government decide we can no longer live in our property? Nobody knows because all we are being told is that the border is closed. What is needed is some detailed long term planning so all involved can run their business, plan their trips, and decide whether continued home ownership is feasible. The fishing/hunting tourism business is valued in the billions. Real estate is valued in the billions. We need some adults in Government to pay attention.
  45. 2 points
    I honestly have not even attempted to fish the chain in the recent weeks. This past week my FIL did go on Tuesday to Trout and found a few willing whitefish for the smoker again but he said it got too hot to fish. On Thursday and Saturday we went to lake further north and found a few willing crappies to keep us active but could not find any walleyes.
  46. 2 points
    Try lakes with motor restrictions. Fewer recreational boaters to dodge, and less fishing pressure as well. Here is a list of waterbodies in the state with restrictions by county: https://files.dnr.state.mn.us/rlp/regulations/boatwater/local_regs.pdf
  47. 2 points
    This will be the first Independence Day weekend on Rainy Lake I have missed since 1999. I have a favor to ask. Please tie on a Pop R and catch one of those bass gorging on mayflies. Post a photo for all to enjoy.
  48. 2 points
    Finally took the boat off the trailer in into the lake...during my lunch....of course had to stop and check a spot ... no bait...used jigging rap for 20 minutes...1 sauger-12 1/2” and one 25” sucker...caught in 22 feet, surface temp at 66 degrees, water is at normal summertime levels, some mayfly carcasses floating in the water. Watched a few bass surface eating bugs on top of the water where I tie my boat up. Sorry couldn’t fish for them due to lunch time restraints...another day....
  49. 2 points
    35/boat. Got my pb trout last week 38 inches. No scale. Big bluegills are just coming in to spawn. I did not keep any of the real big ones put them back. Got a fell over 10 inches. Lot of fun with the right equipment. I love this lake bass fishing is crazy! I am going up two days this week not bringing anything but walleye stuff. Have had a cabin on Vermilion fun while life go to trout 3 times a year at least and have never figure out the walleye. Brand new motor brand new locator. I am going to throw everything I have had them!!
  50. 2 points
    Cove Bay public access is pretty good but depending on how far you want to go, it could be a bit of a haul in a boat (also depends on what kind of boat you have I guess). I've made the run from cove to Vineland Bay/Indian Point a couple times with my 75 hp and it does take a while. Otherwise the next access is Shah Bush Kung which is just north of the casino. Or you can pay at Eddy's like Kettle stated.
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