Hubbard Lake

Alcona - Michigan

  • 40 catches


  • 24 spots

Maximum depth of 85 feet. The lake is well stocked with bass, yellow perch, northern pike, tiger muskie, trout and walleye and is a popular destination for summer angling as well as winter ice fishing.

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  1. I am planning on making a fishing trip this spring and I was wondering what is the most common fish that people fish for in the spring? Also is the water normally ...more calm or choppy?

  2. 1 lb. 8 in. Rock Bass with a worm

  3. Looking for a little help on where in Hubbard Lake to catch some perch and walleye. We will be in the upper tip of the east arm Jan. 21-24. Anyone willing to offer ...more some pertinent info?.

  4. Details: Yellow Perch with a minnows

    9 perch , couple 11", rest all over 8"

    1. Timothy Wooster 0
      Not on purpose. Get quite a few on Long drop-shotting the reefs in summer. I usually only fish for stuff I will eat.
    2. Tim Kontny 0
      Have to give it a try. Never fished perch before. Do you fish smallmouth?
    3. Timothy Wooster 0
      on perch rig, drifting
    4. Tim Kontny 0
      Awesome! How did you catch them?
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  5. I think its a largemouth!

    Largemouth Bass with a pumpin glitter rubber worm texas rigged

  6. Vacationing on Hubbard Lake in couple weeks. Does anyone know where to catch some perch and walleye? We usually only keep a couple, and release the rest to catch ...more on the next trip. Thanks, Frank. June 10th 2018

    1. Andrew Harbison 0
      My in-laws live on this lake and I’ve been trying to figure it out for a few years. I haven’t had luck, but I know there are good fish in it.
    2. Andrew Harbison 0
      My in-laws live on this lake and I’ve been trying to figure it out for a few years. I haven’t had luck, but I know there are good fish in it.
    3. Matt Courtney 0
      Heading here on Friday! Looking forward to catching some big Smallies!
    4. Frank Moore 0
      Thanks Jerred, your info was very helpful. Lake was very clear and weeds just very patchy and just a few inches off bottom. Very difficult to catch a fish during ...more the day. Managed to catch a few fat smallies between 13 and 15 inches and 2 weighed 3.65 and 4.20. On deep drop offs during evening hours. No perch. Walleye fishing also tuff, but managed to catch 7 keeper size and 3 short fish trolling the area you suggested. Caught walleye all after midnight. We fished hard most of the week and it was tuff. Without your info, it would have been tougher. Again, Thanks. Great place and lots of sandy areas to cool off on the last 2hot day's.
    5. Frank Moore 0
      Thanks Jerred, I will let you know how it turns out.
    6. Jerred Sanders 0
      Friend of mine lives on the lake. He told me he's had the best luck trolling from Churchill Point to Hardwoods Point with Rapalas at sunset.
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  7. Details: small mouth bass

    4lb 15in

  8. 4 lb. 15 in. Smallmouth Bass with a night crawler

    1. Dave Dietz 0
      Sorry Matt, don't want to rain on your catch, but still think your scales are off. Caught a lot of 15" smallies, usually around 1.5lbs. to 2.5lbs.
    2. Matt Finnie 0
      It was actually 15 inches couldn't figure out how to edit it at first
    3. Dave Dietz 0
      11" smallmouth don't weigh 4lbs.
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  9. Reeling really fast

    3 lb. 2 oz. Smallmouth Bass with a Yellow and white spinnerbait

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