Fishing At Lake Charlevoix
AKA: Charlevoix Lake
Fishing for smallmouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie, walleye, rainbow trout, brown trout, lake trout, bluegill, pumpkinseed sunfish, rock bass, yellow perch and northern pike at Lake Charlevoix in Michigan.
Fantastic views and great fishing make Lake Charlevoix an ideal destination for anglers and vacationers. This 17,200-acre lake in the northwest corner of the lower peninsula, at Charlevoix, has 56 miles of shoreline. Trout, walleye, perch, bass, sunfish, crappie, northern pike and other species await anglers seeking a trophy or just a good fish fry. Access to the shore for fishing is available at parks, campgrounds and public areas around the lake. Plenty of boat launch ramps provide access for sailboats, pontoons, pleasure boats, canoes, kayaks and all manner of fishing boats. Rental boats are also available at a half dozen locations. Boat charters and fishing guides can furnish the boat and all the gear to simplify a day of fishing. In winter, when the ice is safe, trout, perch, walleye, pike and sunfish are all available to those who enjoy ice fishing. Everything you need for an excellent fishing is available on the lake, or very close by, including marinas, lodging, campgrounds, restaurants, bait and tackle and a wide variety of shopping.
Primary fish species residing in Lake Charlevoix
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Lake Charlevoix Amenities
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
East Jordan City Campground - 231 536-2561
Whiting Park Campground - 231 582-7040
Young State Park Campground - 231 582-7523
Lake Charlevoix MI Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
East Jordan City Tourist Park Campground
218 N Lake St
East Jordan, MI 49727
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Lake Charlevoix in Michigan.
General Fishing Info
Information about fishing lakes in MI.
Fishing in the northwest corner of the lower peninsula of Michigan for trout, walleye, perch, bass, sunfish, crappie and northern pike.