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Central Lower Peninsula Fishing Report – February 27th, 2015

Linwood Area

Ice conditions have improved on Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay, but anglers are reminded to use caution and follow the trails. Sub-zero temperatures last week kept some anglers off the ice. A good walleye bite has been reported by anglers fishing in 18 to 26 feet of water between Linwood and AuGres. A good bite has been had between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. A few perch have been caught in 3 to 6 feet of water, but you’ll have to move around to get a meal. Coyotes are on the move.
Franks Great Outdoors, (989) 697-5341.

Montague Area

Fishing has slowed a little in Muskegon County. Anglers are still catching some perch in White and Muskegon lakes. A few pike have been caught on White Lake, too, but the action has slowed from earlier in the year. Walleye fishing has been slow on White, but a little better on Muskegon. A lot of fish have been caught off Second Street and Johnson’s Point, but anglers are having to sort through them. Coyote hunting has been very good with lots of song dogs in the area. There was about 16 inches of snow on the ground last week.
Johnson’s Great Outdoors Tackle Shop, (231) 893-6688.

Ludington Area

Bluegill fishing has been good on Hamlin Lake, and good numbers of northern pike have been caught, too. Perch fishing has been pretty good on Pere Marquette Lake, and perch numbers are picking up on Pentwater Lake, although anglers are having to sort through their catch to find the keepers. Hunting pressure has been light. Coyote hunting has been very good for those willing to brave the elements. There was about 18 inches of snow on the ground last week.
Captain Chuck’s Fishing, Hunting and Archery, (231) 843-4458.

Caseville Area

Lake trout, whitefish, and walleyes have been caught in Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay in front of the breakwall in Caseville. Pike and a few perch are hitting in the harbor. Fair numbers of pike have been speared at Mud Creek, and decent numbers of walleyes and perch have been hitting, too. There was about a foot of snow on the ice last week. Coyote and fox hunting has been exceptional. Coyotes are venturing out on the ice.
Walsh Gun & Tackle, (989) 856-4465.

Port Huron

Sub-zero temperatures and high winds have kept fishing pressure to a minimum on southern Lake Huron. Pike and brown trout have been caught in Lexington Harbor, but few anglers are pursuing them. The St. Clair River is frozen over and fishing there has stalled. There was about 20 inches of snow on the ground last week. Coyote hunting has been good. Song dogs are on the move.
Anderson’s Pro Bait, (810) 984-3232.

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