With 162 inland lakes in Barry County, including 24 that are over 100 acres, picking just one to fish often can be a daunting task. Fine Lake, located in the south-central part of the county
When you make a list of the game fish available in Oakland County’s Lake Orion, all of the above make the grade. And thanks to a long-time stocking program by the Michigan DNR, you can
Caribou Lake in Michigan’s eastern Chippewa County has gone through a transition.
In the 1980s and ’90s it had a reputation as a good lake for large predators including walleyes and smallmouth bass, even some
Panfish, bass, and northern pike occur naturally in this 1,942-acre impoundment and walleyes and muskies have been stocked for years.
The 200-plus-acre Murphy Lake features a little bit of everything including good numbers of black crappies and bluegills, ample numbers of largemouth bass, lots of northern pike, and a very good stocked walleye population.
If you’re looking for an easy-on-the-wallet rustic camping experience on a lake with good numbers of panfish, bass, pike, and walleyes, then look no further than Otsego County’s Big Bear Lake.
Today, Lake Independence supports great perch, pike, walleye, and smallmouth bass fisheries and continues to produce Master Angler status fish including six in the past three years.
Isabella County’s Littlefield Lake has pleasing aesthetics and clear water, but don’t expect to catch a limit when fishing there.
It’s a deep lake with lots of steep drop-offs close to shore, and limited aquatic
Looking for a diverse fishery with abundant panfish and large predators? Look no further that Iron County’s Chicagon Lake. With 1,100 acres of surface water and a maximum depth of 115 feet, Chicagon has deep