Vermillion Lake, several miles northeast of Remer off Hwy 6 is a great little bass lake. I netted a bass that would've been the state record there about 20 years ago but it was the week before bass season opened so we had to let her go. Guy I was fishing with caught it on a Mepps spinner in the Northeast arm of the lake.
The only public landing is (or was) on a gravel road on the southwest side. Used to be a small resort on the lake we stayed at every summer when I was growing up, but the owners sold the place to white trash clowns and it went downhill fast. By that time we were grown up enough to be looking for bigger water anyway. It's only a couple hundred acres but it's filled (or was) with bass and pike.
There's a very small lake nearby in the woods called Deadhorse Lake that's like a small deep bowl with water so clear you can see fish swimming twenty feet down. There's no road to it so it has to be fished from shore or canoe or inflatable. Unfortunately when you walk through the woods to get to it, ticks rain down on you.
The Baby Lake chain (Mann, Woman, Boy, Baby) is great for bass too. And muskies. (I've got a short video of an underwater Baby Lake musky on youtube.) Wabedo is good, particularly the weedy bay called The Hayfield.
If you've got short, stubby fingers and wear reading glasses, any relaxation you would normally derive from fly fishing is completely eliminated when you try to tie on a fly. ~ Jack Ohman, Fear of Fly Fishing, 1988