Late June, Early July…

As spring moves into summer, some patterns remain the same.  Swimming, blooming flowers, gardens growing, perch, walleye, pike.  Marauding muskies.  The red necked grebe standing watch, looking for it’s mate.  Some sunsets more glorious than others.  Bryce looking cool for the girls.  Big fish, and big fish pictures.  Nice 47” musky Christine!  A dandy 38” pike being released to get the adrenalin going for a future angler.  Friendly folk, good friends and some exciting stories.  The usual pattern of activity here at Vermilion Bay Lodge.  Thank you to everyone for making it so interesting! 

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3 thoughts on “Late June, Early July…

  1. Thanks again to everyone who made or first stay at VBL a fantastic adventure.
    We’ll definitely be back, Christine is looking for an even BIGGER fish.


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If you like GREAT fishing, hospitality and affordability, Vermilion Bay Lodge is highly recommended. I have been making the trip to Vermilion Bay Lodge for the past 10 years and have never once been disappointed. If you like great walleye, northern, musky and trout fishing, this place should not be overlooked. The fishing has been excellent… no matter what time we went. Gordy and Susanne are wonderful hosts that will make you feel right at home. Check it out – I guarantee you won’t be disappointed.


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