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Anybody got up to date water temps for Vermilion. West, Middle and East end would be awesome. Heard they are dropping fast.

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AlwaysFishing23

Pike bay- 47 degrees 

Big bay- 52.6 degrees  

As of yesterday afternoon 

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Tripp_315

Let's get this back to the top of the Forum  🎣

Good luck this weekend....I'll be up in 2 weeks!

Thanks for the input everyone.

~Tripp

 

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Finnish Flash

Put the boat in Pike Bay on Wednesday and water temp was 53 degrees.,, but probably dropped a few degrees after this front went thru.  

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Spearing Machine

Pike Bay was 48.5°F this afternoon.

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Tripp_315

One week from that beautiful tannic colored water of Lake Vermilion!

What's the water temp?

Have the big Bronzebacks started to move up shallow yet?

~Tripp

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Spearing Machine

60 degrees at mid day today on Big Bay. 56 in Pike Bay. Had heavy frost this morning on the east end of the lake. 30 degrees. 

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SkunkedAgain

60 degrees? That's definitely swimmable still but not the 48.5 in Pike Bay. I've polar beared and jumped in at ice-out, but that sure does bring out turtle mode.

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It was 63 in Big Bay last Fri. so the cold overnight temps Fri. night and into Sat. morning dropped it a bit..seems a bit behind.

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JerkinLips

55 in Stuntz Bay on Tuesday.  Cooled to 51 on Wednesday but then surprisingly warmed to 53 today.

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Tripp_315

Hello Everyone!

It's almost that time again for 2020...my annual trip to Lake Vermilion...wonder what water temps are?

I'll be there in a week and can't wait. Thanks in advance for all those who pass along information :)

~Tripp

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adrenalinejunky

I was fluctuating between 48-51 degrees in Frazer and mid lake areas this weekend. 

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How about we let an old thread die and start a new one?  We're starting this at 2018!

 

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