Little Bay De Noc

Delta - Michigan


  • 169 catches

  • 415 followers

  • 181 spots

This water became one of the famous Great Lakes fisheries in the 90's. National publicity has focused on this productive bay that yields significant numbers of trophy Walleye. 32,000 acres

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Little Bay De Noc Fishing Reports

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  1. No trophies but I caught several 30 inch pike and many smaller fish today.

    7 lb. 31 in. Northern Pike with a Rapala

    1. Loren Everest
      Hey Thomas - I let those go, but I keep a couple a year to smoke or bake. I usually focus on walleye or perch for the table (yes I'm spoiled here).
    2. Thomas Gursky
      Hope you kept them...they are delicious!!!
    3. Jimbo Harwood
      I bet it was.. it was a good day of fishing for myself today.. Lol. I'll post the pic here in a while. Congrats bud!
    4. Way to go Loren man those are pretty
    5. Loren Everest
      Jimbo, it was a good start and just kept going.
    6. Jimbo Harwood
      Nice pike Loren!! looks like it was as good as the sunrise this morning then!?! lol
    7. Robert Coleman
      Twin Towers there! Nice pike Loren! 👍👍👍👍👍👍
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  2. Smallmouth were a little hard to find but the best spots were on rocky windy points

    4 lb. 240 in. Smallmouth Bass with a spinner bait

    1. Robert Coleman
      Couple of toads there! Nice fish Josh👍👍👍👍
  3. I was trolling for walleye this morning when I hit a double on pike. The fish were absolute twins, both exactly 27 inches.

    27 in. Northern Pike with a crawler harness

    1. Jimbo Harwood
      Awesome set of twins Loren. 👊
    2. Robert Coleman
      Twins for sure! They look just like Schwarzenegger & DeVito! Lol Nice Pike Loren!!!👍👍👍
    3. Jerry Krupinski
      Double your pleasure. Nicely done.
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  4. Fishing was slow today after yesterday's wind blew all the warm water out of the bay. Ended up with a couple pike and one undersized walleye.

    36 in. Northern Pike with a crawler harness

    1. great looking fish Loren
    2. Rich Pardy
      Nice pike!!
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  5. We just finished up the Little Bay de Noc "Take a Vet Fishing" event. I guided my veteran (Kurt) in to a 22 inch walleye and 6 pike. Check out takeavetfishing.org ...more and volunteer your time for an event in your area. It's a great way to show your appreciation and honor our veterans. Fishidy is a sponsor.

    31 in. Northern Pike with a rapala

    1. great job Loren not only with the Pike but more so with the work for the vet's
  6. Details: 5 in. Yellow Perch with a ribbontail

  7. 5 lb. 2 oz. Smallmouth Bass with a Jerk Bait

    1. Melissa Norris
      last catch 😀
    2. Great fish Chris!
    3. Shawn Gearinger
      Beautiful smallie!
    4. Robert Coleman
      Awesome Chris!
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