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08-17-2009, 01:57 PM
I'm looking at going to lake vermilion in about a month. Anyone know of resorts to try out, fishing tips, lures, colors? I am a 100% catch and release fisherman. Thanks in advance.


08-23-2009, 06:52 PM
I stay at www.glenwoodlodge.com and like it alot. If the weather is bad, you don't have to worry and big bay is not even a mile away. The cabins are very nice. As far as what's working, we had a bad week of weather and nothing worked well.


Which end is the sucker on?

08-26-2009, 08:35 AM
This is a great resort and is on the west end of the lake. Click on the link to check out there site. http://www.springbayresort.com

Doug Kloet

Medford Fisher
09-12-2009, 04:20 PM
I second Doug's reccomnedation of Spring Bay Resort on the west end. Steve, Joe, and the rest of the Amundson's are the best hosts you could ever ask for. They'll help you with anything you need and will be more than glad to show you spots on a map and give you the hot techniques when you get there. I've spent two weeks there the past two summers and a few days last fall (which I got my personal best, a 52.5"er) and there's no doubt that I will be back in the future.
-Jake Bucki

09-14-2009, 01:16 PM
You owe it to yourself to check out Vermilion Dam Lodge.

Ed is fanatical about muskies, and the best host I have ever stayed with hands down.

Plus from his place you can fish either side of the lake, East or West, or Center.

Check our [http://www.vdl.com]


09-15-2009, 09:25 AM
Hey Paydro...
If you have not already made plans, consider staying @ Whispering Winds on the west side... fish w/ Jeremy Johnson, the resort guide. He lit 'em up last year in September and knows a lot about the west side.


09-15-2009, 11:52 AM
I second Andy's recomendation of Wispering Winds Resort. Jeremy is on the water almost every day. He is on top of the current patterns. I was lucky enough to share a boat for a couple of nights last week with him. We managed to put a few in the boat as well:+