Vermilion Lake Fishing Map

Vermilion Lake fishing map is included in Ontario Lakes nautical charts folio. It is available as part of iBoating : Canada Marine & Fishing App (now supported on multiple platforms including Android, iPhone/iPad, MacBook, and Windows(tablet and phone)/PC based chartplotter. ).  


 With our Lake Maps App,  you get all the great marine chart app features like fishing spots, along with Vermilion Lake depth map. The fishing maps app include HD lake depth contours, along with advanced features found in Fish Finder / Gps Chart Plotter systems, turning your device into a Depth Finder. The Vermilion Lake Navigation App provides advanced features of a Marine Chartplotter including adjusting water level offset and custom depth shading. Fishing spots, Relief Shading, Lake Temperature and depth contours layers are available in most Lake maps. Lake navigation features include advanced instrumentation to gather wind speed direction, water temperature, water depth, and accurate GPS with AIS receivers(using NMEA over TCP/UDP). Autopilot support can be enabled during ‘Goto WayPoint’ and ‘Route Assistance’.
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Fishing Info for Vermilion Lake

Vermilion Lake is a lake in the city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario which is situated approximately 33 km west of downtown, in Fairbank Township. The lake's primary inflow and outflow is the Vermilion River. There is also a small creek that flows into Vermillion Lake, Cameron Creek. This creek connects Cameron lake and the Vermillion. The creek is unpassable except for canoe as the water level can only be a few inches. There is also a small set of rapids along the creek. The main access road to residential and recreational properties on the lake is Vermilion Lake Road, near the neighborhood of Chelmsford. Vermilion Lake Road was voted as the worst road in Ontario in the Canadian Automobile Association's annual Ontario's Worst Roads survey in 2007. Vermillion Lake provides a home for about 300 families. Minimal services are provided but the city, with fire hydrant service ending a few kilometers for Hwy 144. Primarily each residence has an independent fresh water system that is serviced by drilled wells the deepest of which can be 400 feet. Sewer systems are also independent with each home being serviced by a private septic systems. Garbage and recycling pick up is provided by the city on a weekly basis. Mail is delivered to most residences at the end of their respective driveways. Volunteers provide fire service with one hall servicing the area, also Dowling fire hall will respond to fire calls in the area. Since no hydrants are available water is drafted from the lake or is trucked in by tanker to fight fires. Ambulance service is provided by the City of Greater Sudbury with the nearest ambulance being in Chelmsford and a Rapid Response paramedic responding from Levack. A certified landing pad for the air ambulance is located at the Vermillion Lake Park along Vermillion Lake Road. Police Service is provided also by the city, with patrols originating from Azilda. Many families enjoy the idea of the "lake life" living in the area. Many homes have docks in the summer as fishing and swimming are a normal occurrence. Many groups travel up the Vermillion River to one of many sand bars to swim. During the winter many ice huts dot the lake as people from near by communities as well as residences of the lake place the huts they may fish in comfort. Most properties are close to an hector large with many being much larger. Vermillion Lake is also a recreational playground for many of the local communities. The "D" Trail of the OFSC runs on the south shore and can be accessed off the lake throw a closed mining site. Vermillion lake was created when the logging company now known as Domtar placed a dam at the outflow portion of the Vermillion river. This created a stop flow of water flooding the area and creating the lake. The logging company used the lake to float timber to a collection station. Logging no longer occurs near the lake.

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Vermilion Lake Fishing Map Stats

TitleVermilion Lake
Scale1:24000
DistrictsGreater Sudbury / Grand Sudbury, Sudbury
Nearby CitiesDowling, Chelmsford, Azilda, Lively, Valley East, Sudbury, Espanola, Capreol, Coniston, Little Current
Area *2786.01 acres
Shoreline *20.14 miles
Min Longitude-81.44
Min Latitude46.49
Max Longitude-81.33
Max Latitude46.53
Edition Label 1
Edition Label 2
Edition Label 3
IdCA_ON_V_103384571
CountryCA
ProjectionMercator
* some Stats may include nearby/connecting waterbodies

Marine Wind Meteogram for Lake/Chart

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Date/TimeSpeed *Dir *
05/27 Mon 06:00PM4.98182.73
05/27 Mon 09:00PM4.29166.97
05/28 Tue 12:00AM3.97145.27
05/28 Tue 03:00AM3.8145.31
05/28 Tue 06:00AM3.49130.78
05/28 Tue 09:00AM3.14140.11
05/28 Tue 12:00PM4.52154.23
05/28 Tue 03:00PM5.2173.09
05/28 Tue 06:00PM5.19173.64
05/28 Tue 09:00PM5.75178.66
05/29 Wed 12:00AM4.6184.9
05/29 Wed 03:00AM2.47174.5
05/29 Wed 06:00AM3.94189.87
05/29 Wed 09:00AM3.62182.12
05/29 Wed 12:00PM4.14188.19
05/29 Wed 03:00PM4.29191.07
05/29 Wed 06:00PM4.02184.86
05/29 Wed 09:00PM4.26182.75
05/30 Thu 12:00AM2.7191.57
05/30 Thu 03:00AM2.32175.76
05/30 Thu 06:00AM2.35167.07
05/30 Thu 09:00AM2.37165.8
05/30 Thu 12:00PM2.85182.77
05/30 Thu 03:00PM3.93172.93
05/30 Thu 06:00PM4.6197.74
05/30 Thu 09:00PM3.4207.42
05/31 Fri 12:00AM1.73210.85
05/31 Fri 03:00AM1.82218.07
05/31 Fri 06:00AM0.91135.91
05/31 Fri 09:00AM1.29149.17
05/31 Fri 12:00PM1.13102.55
05/31 Fri 03:00PM2.853.51
* : UTC Timezone, Speed in meters per sec, and True Direction