Hubbard Lake, Michigan Fishing

Fishing Information: Hubbard lake is a popular lake in Michigan. It is located in Alcona County and covers approximately 8,900 acres. It has a max depth around 85 feet and an average depth of 32 feet. The fishing at Hubbard lake is very good and can be fished during all seasons as this lake ices over during parts of the winter season. While it is great for fishing this lake is also a favorite for Michigan vacationers. The lake was named after Dr. Bela Hubbard who was a well known writer and geologist in Michigan. There are quite a few amenities on this lake.

Species List: According to the Michigan  Department of Natural Resources, Hubbard Lake contains numerous species of popular fish. So, what type of fish are in this lake? You can find Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Tiger Muskie, Northern Pike, Walleye and Yellow Perch on these waters.

Species Regulations and Limits

Largemouth Bass: Must be at least 14”- Limit 5

Smallmouth Bass: Must be at least 14”- Limit 5

Northern Pike: 24” minimum- 2 per angler

Muskellunge:  1 per angler April 1st to March 31st

Walleye: 15” minimum- 5 per angler

Yellow Perch: No size limit minimum- 25 per angler limit

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Marinas on Hubbard Lake

Marina Name: Hubbard Lake Marina

Address: 6064 Mt Maria Rd, Hubbard Lake, MI 49747


Phone: (989) 727-2286

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