The nice and scenic Lake Vermilion is definitely a tourist attraction which is drawing more and more tourists and hobbyists every year. The location is popular for its fishing opportunities. The lake has many locations where fishing is very suitable as well as deep parts of the lake where larger fish are known to lurk. Some even up to 26 inches in length have been reported in January of 2010.
Walleye – The walleye is a fish that is common in Canada and Northern United States. It grows to a large scale and is named walleye because its eyes reflect light like that of cats and other nocturnal animals. The fish is very secure and can be safely be fished out of Lake Vermilion.
Pike – The pike in Lake Vermilion can easily reach 44 inches. They are one of the oldest freshwater species that are still alive in North America. Different species of pike exist around the world but the American variety is a very handsome fish to be caught.
Tullibee – The tullibee is a small fish which can reach up to 5 pounds in weight. They usually reach a medium size of about 2 pounds. They are common food for walleye, pike and perch which are also found in Lake Vermilion. It is one of the fish with least concern for over fishing.
Perch – The common yellow perch is very easy to catch and is considered to be one of the best tasting species of perch. They are low concern of over fishing because each female perch can deposit from 10,000-40,000 eggs in the months of April.
Whitefish – The whitefish is also another of the least concern type fish which are very common. They can easily reach 18 inches in Lake Vermilion.