Fishing At Mullett Lake
Fishing for smallmouth bass, white crappie, walleye, rainbow trout, brown trout, bluegill, pumpkinseed sunfish, rock bass, yellow perch, muskie, northern pike and sturgeon at Mullett Lake in Michigan.
Walleye, perch and bass fishing is the primary draw for most anglers visiting Mullett Lake. The fishing is one of those well-kept secrets which makes it an ideal destination for novice fishermen. There are 28 miles of shoreline surrounding this 17,300-acre lake at the northern tip of the lower Michigan peninsula, at the town of Mullett. The full list of popular fish species here includes walleye, bass, perch, trout, sunfish, northern pike, sturgeon and muskie. Ice fishing in winter and boating during spring and summer both provide the opportunity to catch plenty of fish, possibly even a trophy. Multiple boat launch ramps are open for public use to launch pleasure, sailing, pontoon and fishing boats. All boats, but especially small craft like canoes and kayaks should keep a close eye on the weather. Mullett Lake Marina, restaurants, lodging, campgrounds, RV parks, boat rentals and shopping are all handy to enhance your stay. Bank fishing opportunities are available at parks, campgrounds and public access areas.
Primary fish species residing in Mullett Lake
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Mullett Lake 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
Indian River RV Resort & Campground - 231 238-0035
Pigeon Bay Campground - 231 373-3341
East Mullett Campground - 231 238-9805
Aloha State Park Campground - 231 625-2522
Waterways Campground - 231 627-7066
Mullett Lake MI Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
Indian River RV Resort & Campground
561 N Straits Hwy
Indian River, MI 49749
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Mullett Lake in Michigan.
General Fishing Info
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Fishing near the northern tip of the lower Michigan peninsula, at Mullett Lake, for walleye, bass, perch, trout, sunfish, northern pike, sturgeon and muskie.