Lake Vermilion fishing report – Sept. 1, 2013
Fall has finally arrived. After near record temps for several days on end, a high of 61 degrees today was a welcome change. Over the past week, the walleye fishing was the highlight of the week, with some first time Lake Vermilion anglers catching plenty of walleyes off the pontoon. Plenty of eaters were caught as evidenced by the fish cleaning activity, and several good size fish were released as well. The Thurks brought their grandson Kenny along, and he put fish on the table as well.
The wind was less than cooperative for the musky fishermen, with Nate Cira boating a 44″ early in the week while out with Musky Tom. Flat water and high blue skies finally gave way to some wind Friday night, and Joe Paparelli wasted no time boating a 40″ Northern just 10 minutes before he caught & released a 47″ muskie.
We were told about the following fish caught by our guests:
47″ Muskie – Joe Paparelli
44″ Muskie – Nate Cira
40″ Northern – Joe Paparelli
35″ Northern – Travis Burns
25″ Walleye – Lenore Cira
23.5″ Walleye – Matt Cira
22″ Walleye – Mike Cira
21″ Walleye – Ian Johnson
Prime walleye and muskie fall fishing is fast approaching, so don’t delay. Plan your fall trip today!!