lake vermilion

Lake Vermilion Buzz Bite Report 7-11-2022

by | Jul 11, 2022 | 0 comments

Jason Freed of Leisure Outdoor Adventures gives his latest Buzz Bite Report for Lake Vermilion on July 11th, 2022.

Lake Vermilion Buzz Bite Report 7-11-2022

The water temps are in the low seventies and the mayflies are still hatching all over on Lake Vermilion. Anglers can still expect to catch walleyes throughout the day by using very slow presentations like slip bobbers and Lindy rigs, or very aggressive presentations like Rapala Jigging Raps and spinners.

Early in the morning and late evening the slower presentations seem to be working better, and during the day those aggressive presentations seem to be triggering a few more strikes.

Focus on eighteen to twenty-four feet of water. Look for bottom transitions as well, because that’s were you’ll find the greatest number of walleyes.

The smallmouth bass bite has been really good. During the early morning hours top water baits have been working great. During the day anglers can expect to catch bass on top of rocks in six to ten feet of water.

Tubes, ned rigs, and crankbaits will all work to catch bass.

There is a decent northern pike bite happening right now in the back bays that have good weed growth. Spinnerbaits, swimbaits, or large shallow crankbaits have been working.

The musky are beginning to push to the main lake reefs and shallow rocks.

Good luck to all the anglers out fishing this week and weekend up on Lake Vermilion!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This