Details: 11 in. Yellow Perch with a wax worm
Maximum depth of 90 feet. There is a public access site on the West side of the lake, just off Forest Drive. The site has a hard surface ramp and parking for 4 cars.
Bluegill fishing is fantastic. Fish in the 8-to 9-inch range are common. Crappie population growing. Largemouth, Northern Pike and Walleye are also present.
Secord Lake is an 815 acre lake located in Gladwin County, Michigan. It has a maximum depth of 40 feet.
Maximum 70 feet deep. Peach Lake is a 208 acre lake in Ogemaw County.
35 feet deep at its deepest point. The south shore is mostly open land and features a 40 unit campground and a DNR boat launch. State boating laws apply to the lake.