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A group for anybody who lives or fishes the lakes and rivers of Michigan. Share stories, tips, locations and photos.

Location: Michigan
Anglers: 102
Latest Activity: Oct 26, 2012

Fishing in Michigan

The pristine lakes of Michigan are well known for tasty Salmon, speedy Steelhead, northern pike, pan fish, elusive Walleye and husky trout. Anglers from around the country find Michigan fishing to both enjoyable and successful.

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Lapeer County rivers and lakes

Does anybody here fish the Lapeer area?

Tags: holloway, river, Flint, Lapeer

Started by Joe Drinkhorn May 5, 2012.

Michigan Team Bass Circuit

Anglers Dream Palmer Lake Division #19 in Colon, Mich will be kicking off our season on Sunday May 27th, 2012 with our first of 6 tournaments on Palmer Lake this year.Please see our schedule at the below places, and Inbox me if you have any…Continue

Tags: Team, Winning, Tournament, Bass, Largemouth

Started by Luke Schreiber Mar 6, 2012.

Stocked Trout in Northern Michigan - Need Help. 3 Replies

I am trying to figure out how to catch stocked rainbow and brown trout in a small (125 acres) but deeper (50' ft max) bowl type lake. The bottom is mostly sand so there is not too much structure or vegetation (particularly at this time of the…Continue

Tags: MI, Michigan, trout, lake

Started by Bryan Thib. Last reply by matthew filary May 18, 2009.

Walleye/Pike Season Opener on Lake Gegebic

Alright people, tomorrow is the Walleye Opener. Lake Gogebic is going to be bustling with people since this weekend also begins the Lake Gogebic Spring Tournament. Top prize is $1000. What better way to make a little cash then to spend the weekend…Continue

Tags: MI, Lake Gogebic, Michigan, pike, walleye

Started by Stephanie Zoller May 14, 2009.

Spring Walleye Tournament

Even with the heavy snowfall in the past few days, the ice conditions are extremely poor and unsafe. Mother Nature decided to dump one last snowstorm (hopefully) on us and we received about 12-16 inches of heavy mushy snow. Luckily for us, this is…Continue

Tags: peninsula, michigan, upper, gogebic, walleye

Started by Stephanie Zoller Apr 22, 2009.

Location, location, location - Michigan Fishing 7 Replies

Does anyone fish the UP?Continue

Tags: MI, michigan

Started by Tom. Last reply by Stephanie Zoller Apr 21, 2009.

Fishing Lake Gogebic

Fishing Lake GogebicFor anyone who loves to fish, what better place than the biggest inland lake of the Upper Peninsula? Lake Gogebic offers a variety of fish including walleye, northern pike, giant perch and small mouth bass. When I say giant…Continue

Tags: Walleye, Gogebic, Lake, Peninsula, Upper

Started by Stephanie Zoller Apr 21, 2009.

Lake Burt and Lake Mullet in Michigan - Need fishing tips 2 Replies

Hey All, I am going to fish these two lakes for 7 days what should I look to catch?I have never fished the lakes befor so some help would be great. I would like some perch and some pike but I am game for anything ?I will be in Michigan in late May.Continue

Tags: Lake Burt, Lake Mullet, Michigan, MI, perch

Started by joseph. Last reply by Justin Flegel Apr 20, 2009.

Grayling, MI Fly Patterns - Any suggestions? 1 Reply

So, I would like to know what are the best flies on the headwaters of the Au Sable down to the end of the holy waters in early June.What are your preferred presentations, and time of day to hit the water?Continue

Tags: Au Sable, Fly Fishing, Fly Patterns, MI, Michigan

Started by Ryan Schuman. Last reply by NoelDLS Apr 11, 2009.

Western Michigan Bass - Share Your Thoughts 3 Replies

I figured I would start this discussion so we could share some tips and suggestions on bass fishing here in Michigan. Basically share our favorite techniques and what we like to do given the time of year, and weather conditions.Continue

Tags: Western Michigan, Largemouth, Bass, MI, Michigan

Started by Steve Peirson Jr.. Last reply by Jim Shaw May 28, 2008.

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Comment by Roger Rathbun on October 19, 2012 at 8:23am

 I want to perch fishing on saginaw bay this winter but i dont know where an access is to get on . can anyone tell me where to get access at ????????

Comment by Kurt Campbell on May 18, 2010 at 11:00am

Just bought the new falcon tackle organizer sytem. Espeacially like the spinnerbait and buzzbait boxes. Better than the big square ones that dont fit in my travle bag. The rattletrap box is very nice too.

The only problem I have is with my double buzzbaits. Does anyone know a company that makes a low profile box for them?

Can fit 14 single blades in one box, but can only get 4 double blades?

I've searched all the websites with no luck. Let me know if anyone else likes the falcon boxes.

I need to buy another set of boxes for the rest of my lures, but at 15 bucks a piece I think ill use my plano boxes for storage and switch out depending on conditions. Also bought the Falcon backpack. Holds six boxes and makes things easier to carry when I go to lakes I cant fit the boat on.

Thanks to anyone who can help.

Comment by pcazman on May 17, 2010 at 5:38pm
I agree there-but there are several species of fish that you can target all year long on Lake St. Clair. If you are targeting one of those species, and you happen to catch a bass, that is one thing. But the intent of a catch and season opener I been told by local DNR guys is when you can target whatever species you are targeting.

There are no pro bass tourneys on Lake St. Clair before the start of catch and immediate release season, and probably not till memorial day weekend, when you can keep Bass if you desire.

The slot limit of 14-18 inches is a great idea.
Comment by Kurt Campbell on May 17, 2010 at 9:22am
The DNR has that rule to stop people from keeping spawning bass. I have caught hundreds of spawning bass in catch and release lakes in michigan. Every fish goes straight back to their bed. Pro tournaments are held during spawning season and fish biologist agree no harm has come to fisheries because of it. In the case of lake st. clair. I wish they would put a slot limit of 14 to 18 inches to keep the big breeders to breed again.
Comment by pcazman on May 16, 2010 at 7:08am
That was a few days before bass immediate catch and release season on Lake St. Clair...Please read 2010 Michigan Fishing guide. Targeting bass out of season isn't right. :( Let them breed for season to come!!!!!!!! I want to catch bass every year!!! DNR has checked me 4 times for a license and asked intentions and looked at catches, please comply.
Comment by dennis mcallister on April 26, 2010 at 7:40pm
another smallie from st clair on widowmaker tube smalie slayer

Comment by dennis mcallister on April 26, 2010 at 7:39pm
here is one that came from lk st clair on widowmaker tube roadkill copper

Comment by dennis mcallister on April 26, 2010 at 6:35pm
was at sessions lake in ionia county state game area and caught it on a dt10 rapalla in baby bass color
Comment by dennis mcallister on April 26, 2010 at 7:28am
good job pat here is one that i got sunday on a crankbait

Comment by dennis mcallister on April 18, 2010 at 7:26am
i was on the detroit river yesterday walleye fishing weather was brutal seen snow sleet and a few rain drops 15 to 20 mph wind all day out of the north west...and cold but we did manage to get 8 walleyes


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