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Marina and Fishing

Explore more than 40,000 acres of water and make the catch of the day on Lake Vermilion!

Our on-site marina is your one stop shop for all of your fishing or lake activities. Whether you just want to launch your own boat or rent one of ours, we can make your day on Lake Vermilion a pleasant one!

We feature an 80-slip marina that can handle fishing boats, pontoons, houseboats and even float planes. Fortune Bay’s Marina also features the lowest premium gas prices on Lake Vermilion! If you don’t want to bring in your own watercraft, we have boat and pontoon rentals available to our guests. We also feature hydro bikes, canoes, paddle boats, paddle boards and kayaks for those who want to do a little exploring of Everett’s Bay next to our resort.

The bait shop features a wide assortment of fishing tackle, live bait, rods, and reels. There are plenty of snacks available and we are pleased to offer off sale beer and wine coolers. Fortune Bay’s Marina also has a complimentary fish cleaning shack for those anglers bringing in a stringer full of fish.

Our friendly staff can also tell you where the fish are biting on any given day! Call 218-753-7875 for more information!

Rentals Available!

Hours, ETC.

Please note that our weekday hours are 7 a.m. until 9 p.m., while weekends are 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. Based on business levels, thank you!

Check out our full-service marina for bait, rentals, snacks and beverages!

Visit the Rentals Available link above to see our current prices and inventory that we have available for you to rent, thank you and have a great day!

Marina Notes

The 2017 City Auto Glass tournament was a great success! Jake and Dan Doherty from Hibbing won the $12,500 first place prize by catching 15.28 pounds of walleye to break the tournament record! All told, 492 walleye were caught and released during the tournament!

Poor weather hampered many anglers efforts later in the week, but with Memorial Day Weekend upon us, anglers are anxious to test the waters again to bring in some trophy fish!