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.
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 ...
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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