Michigan, the second largest Great Lake by volume with just
under 1,180 cubic miles of water, is the only Great Lake
entirely within the United States. Approximately 118
miles wide and 307 miles long, Lake Michigan has more than
1,600 miles of shoreline. Averaging 279 feet in depth, the
lake reaches 925 feet at its deepest point. The northern
tier of Lake Michigan is in the colder, less developed upper
Great Lakes region, while its more temperate southern basin
contains the Milwaukee and Chicago metropolitan areas. Lake
Michigan is the 5th largest lake in the world.
100 species of fish have been recorded in Lake Michigan,
besides its world-class trout and salmon fisheries, the lake
also supports substantial commercial whitefish, walleye, large
and smallmouth bass, steelhead and yellow perch fisheries.
Lake Michigan Fishing Charters are your best and safest bet to
enjoy an incredible Lake Michigan Fishing experience.