Inland Lakes

Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula is surrounded by the largest freshwater lake but there are several other inland lakes that are fantastic for taking the family for a day of fishing.   Most are easily accessible and are home to a variety of fish including walley, perch, large and small mouth bass, rainbow trout, brook trout, northern pike and more.

 

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Copper Harbor, MI 49550 US

Region: Copper Harbor

Keweenaw Countys Lake Medora is 695 acres with a maximum depth of 30 feet. Small, picturesque islands are scattered about the lake. Fishing is good for walleye, smallmouth bass and perch and the p ...
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Copper Harbor, MI 49918 US

Region: Copper Harbor

Located in Keweenaw County, Lake Fanny Hooe is 227 acres with a maximum depth of 40 feet. This is a good walleye lake and also has brook trout, splake, smallmouth bass and largemouth bass. Public ...
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Copper Harbor, MI 49550 US

Region: Copper Harbor

Keweenaw Countys Lake Manganese is 52.5 acres with a maximum depth of 25 feet. The Michigan DNR manages the lake for brook trout through annual stocking. Boat launch and sandy swimming beach. Lod ...
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Lac La Belle, MI 49945 US

Region: Lac La Belle / Bete Grise

This shallow 332 acre lake in Keweenaw County has northern pike and perch in abundance. Public access for small boats only. South of US-41off the Gay-Lac La Belle Road.
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Lac La Belle, MI 49550 US

Region: Lac La Belle / Bete Grise

Lac La Belle, one of Keweenaw Counties larger lakes, is a 1,146 acre lake with a maximum depth of 39 feet and access to Lake Superior through the Mendota Canal. Fish include walleye, small large ...
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Houghton, MI 49331 US

Region: Houghton

Portage Lake cuts across the Keweenaw Peninsula and offers entry into the waters of Lake Superior on both ends. It is one of the premier fishing and boating lakes in the area. Northern pike, walle ...
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Eagle Harbor, MI 49550 US

Region: Eagle Harbor

Lake Bailey, in Keweenaw County, is a 204 acre lake with an average depth of 3 to 6 feet known for big, fat perch and northern pike. Public access site and shallow boat launch. Along M-26 east o ...
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Central, MI 49550 US

Region: Eagle Harbor

The largest of Keweenaw Counties inland lakes, Gratiot is 1,438 acres with a maximum depth of 70 feet. Large northern pike, perch, tiger muskie and walleye lure anglers. Public access site and bo ...
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Chassell, MI 49916 US

Region: Chassell

Pike Bay, an arm of Portage Lake located in the Chassell area, offers great fishing for northern pike, crappie and bluegill. The Chassell Centennial Park on the Bay has picnic facilties, a playgro ...
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Twin Lakes, MI 49965 US

Region: Twin Lakes

The 53.5 acre lake in southern Houghton County has a maximum depth of 90 feet and has rainbow trout, smallmouth bass and bluegill. It is located along Emily Lake Road south of Twin Lakes. Campgro ...
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Toivola, MI 49665 US

Region: Twin Lakes

The Twin Lakes State Park is located on Lake Rolands 292 acres in Houghton County. This lake offers up rainbow trout, walleye, perch and bass. Forested campground with developed swimming and boat ...
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Twin Lakes, MI 49918 US

Region: Twin Lakes

Located in southern Houghton County southeast of M-26, 28.4 acre Clear Lake has a maximum depth of 60 feet. This is a good lake for rainbow and brook trout. Public access site and boat launch. C ...
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Toivola, MI 49665 US

Region: Twin Lakes

This small inland land, off M-26 south of Painesdale, has a sandy swimming beach, fishing, and picnic area. Public access site. Lake Perreault Road Houghton County .
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Chassell, MI 49931 US

A popular fishing lake for the locals, Houghton Countys Otter Lake has brook trout, walleye, perch, sauger, rainbow and northern pike in its 890 acres. Public accesss site and boat launch. Severa ...
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Hubbell, MI 49945 US

Torch Lake is connected to Houghton Countys Portage Lake, therefore has access to Lake Superior. Northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass, crappie and perch make this a popular lake to fish. Public ...
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Mohawk, MI 49950 US

Located in Keweenaw County this 116 acre lake has a maximum depth of 10 feet and is a good lake for smallmouth bass and perch. The Tobacco River, a popular fishing stream, is nearby. Public acces ...
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MI 49665 US

A good fishing lake in southern Houghton County for crappies, bluegill and largemouth bass. Public access site and boat launch. Pike Lake Road off M-26 South of Twin Lakes.
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MI 49665 US

Access to Lake Gerald is from the access site on Lake Roland at the Twin Lakes State Park in Houghton County. Walleye, perch, bass and rainbow trout are the main catches. This lake is 255 acres wi ...
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