Date Submitted: June 27, 2016


The walleye bite is still very good on Vermilion.
The Mayflies are starting to hatch on most of the lake but has not seem to have had a large affect on the walleye bite yet.
I have been catching a lot of walleyes in 17' to 28' of water in areas that have a sand bottom.
1/2 crawler on a Lindy rig with a 4' to 5' leader and a #4 hook with a orange or green glow bead is the best presentation.
Leeches and shiner minnows are also working on the same rig at times but work best in areas that have some rock close by.
The bass bite is still very good in the shallow rocky shorelines and by docks. Almost any presentation will get these fish right now.
Muskies are being caught on a regular basis by the experienced fishermen.
Crappies are getting harder to find and bluegills are just starting to be found on their beds.
Pike are still active in the weeds.
Good Fishing!
Cliff

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