Lake Gogebic, Michigan Fishing

Lake Gogebic Fishing Information

Location and Information: Lake Gogebic is one of the most popular fishing lakes in Michigan. It is located in Gogebic and Ontonagon Counties and covers 12,800 acres. This lake has an average depth of 17 feet and approximately 38 feet at its deepest point. It is also the largest of the inland lakes in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Whether you are going for Walleye, Crappie or any other species of fish listed below on this lake it is sure not to disappoint. Gogebic also has multiple resorts and restaurants surrounding the lake.

Popular Fishing Species List

According to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, this lake contains numerous species of popular fish. So, what type of fish are in the lake? You can find Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Sunfish, Bluegill and Black Crappie on these waters.

Popular Species/Regulations and Limits

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

Northern Pike: 24” minimum- 2 per angler

Walleye: 15” minimum- 5 per angler

Yellow Perch: State Limits Apply

Black Crappie: State Limits Apply

Bluegill: State Limits apply

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Marinas on this lake

Marina Name: The Timbers Resort

Address: 34275 M-28, Bergland, MI 49910


Phone: (906) 575-3542

Marina Name: Gogebic Lodge

Address: N9600 M-64, Marenisco, MI 49947


Phone: (906) 842-3321

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