Welcome to Michigan’s Lakes!

Michigan is home to Four of the Great Lakes and Outstanding Walleye, Salmon and Trout Fishing. Find detailed information on Michigan Lakes, Michigan Fishing, Michigan Fishing Charters, Michigan Resorts, Lake Michigan Fishing, Michigan Lake Property, Michigan Campgrounds and more here at www.michiganslakes.com.

Michigan is known around the world as a prime destination for World Class Walleye and Salmon Fishing. With incredible fishing lakes like Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Lake Gogebic, Houghton Lake, Lake St Clair, and Higgins Lake, you are sure to catch your fishing limit on these and most Michigan Lakes. Once you spend your vacation at one of our great Michigan Resorts you will find it’s a place you don’t want to leave. There is also great Michigan Lake Property for sale throughout the lakes area, so you can find your Dream Lake Home. Camping at Michigan Campgrounds is also a popular choice for a fun vacation on Michigan Lakes. Whether you enjoy fishing or just a quiet boat ride, you will find beautiful Michigan Lakes in every corner of the state.

Of course, the lakes aren’t the only places that make Michigan a great place to visit! Many other attractions can be found here such as the annual Detroit River Days where there are tons of live musical performances, jet-ski demos, riverboat tours, carnival rides, etc.

There’s also the Michigan Challenge, a balloon festival where there are live music, special food offerings from local restaurants, and of course, hot air balloons! One of the best sights here is the premiere where you will be able to see many balloons lifting up in the sky. There’ also the spectacular balloon glow event that happens after the sun goes down.

You Can Help Keep Michigan Waters Clean!

Michigan Anglers and Boaters: You are an important partner in preventing the spread of fish diseases and other aquatic nuisance species

Michigan anglers and boaters can take some easy steps to prevent the spread of fish diseases and other aquatic nuisance species such as zebra mussels by taking the following steps to help prevent the spread of the virus:

  • Clean boats, trailers, and other equipment thoroughly between fishing trips to keep from transporting undesirable fish pathogens and organisms, from one water body to another with special care to clean fishing equipment when you are done fishing known locations of the fish diseases. A light bleach solution is an excellent disinfectant for cleaning your equipment.
  • After cleaning allow boats, trailers, and other equipment to fully dry for 4 to 6 hours in the sun.
  • Do not move fish or fish parts from one body of water to another.
  • Do not release live bait into any water body.
  • Handle fish as gently as possible if you intend to release them and release them as quickly as possible.
  • Refrain from hauling the fish for long periods in live wells if you intend to release them.
  • Report unusual numbers of dead or dying fish to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Division offices.
  • Educate other anglers about the measure they can take to prevent the spread of fish diseases and other aquatic nuisance species.