The Upper Peninsula's largest lake offers excellent walleye, jumbo perch and small mouth bass fishing. This lake boasts over 13,000 acres of water and 36 miles of beautiful shoreline. This lake is so big.....it actually spans 2 counties and 2 time zones!
More information to come on this amazing lake!
Gile Flowage is a 3,138 acre lake located in Iron County just outside of Hurley, WI. It has a maximum depth of 25 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from public boat landings. Fish include Musky, Panfish, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye.
Not only does Lake Superior offer amazing fishing, you can easily hire a charter to take you to the best spots. Future updates will provide you with a list of charters available in the area.
There are numerous lakes in the Western UP and Northwestern Wisconsin that offer awesome fishing and beautiful scenery. Come back often for a listing of the lakes and other information.
Sunday Lake - Wakefield, Michigan - This lake is 230 acres and is fantastic for fishing from shore.
McDonald Lake - Gogebic County, Michigan - This lake is created by the dam on McDonald Creek that was built in 1941 and has a normal surface area of 390 acres. According to the Gogebic County Forestry Commission, McDonald Lake is one of the finest pan fishing lakes in the U.P. and trophy size Bluegills are abundant!
Local Streams and Rivers
Where do you think all the waterfalls come from? In this section we will highlight the best streams and rivers for fishing in the area. If you happen to know of a nice little stream that offers great fishing and want to share it, let us know!
If you want to fish the streams, but just don't know where to go...let's us help you select a guide.
Did you know that in Gogebic County alone, there are 24 miles of trout streams flowing through the county forest?