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If you love Northern Michigan Fishing, Cheboygan River, MI and all points in between await your visit!

The Cheboygan River flows into Lake Huron and is the Waterway’s largest river. The mouth of this river is home to the Coast Guard Cutter "Mackinaw”.

Cheboygan River Fishing offers great opportunities for the following species: walleye, steelhead, trout, salmon bass, and perch.

Our Inland Waterway offers access to: Mullet Lake, Burt Lake and Black lake. These unique interconnected lakes and rivers are sure to enhance your fishing experience.

Our Inland Waterway offers access to: Mullet Lake, Burt Lake and Black lake.

The Cheboygan River flows into Lake Huron and is the Waterway’s largest river. The mouth of this river is home to the Coast Guard Cutter "Mackinaw”.

Come visit Cheboygan for a great fishing adventure and memories that will last a lifetime

Our unique interconnected lakes and rivers are sure to enhance your fishing experience.

Mullett Lake

Lake Preview for Mullett Lake in northern Michigan.


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Availably Locally and Nationally on these networks and times. Set your DVRs.

  • CBS Sports Network - Sundays at 7:00a.m.
  • Fox Sports, Ohio - Saturdays at 9:00a.m.
  • Fox Sports, Detroit - Sundays at 7:00a.m.
  • NBC Chicago Sports Net PLUS - Mondays at 12:30p.m.

Cheboygan Michigan area fishing report

6-18-18

Fishing out of the port of Cheboygan, MI is on fire! Lake Trout are in thick around Spectacle and Reynolds reef. Best depth was between 45’ - 60’. Though you can pick the occasional trout out deeper. The water temp is cold so the Lake Trout are staying high in the water column. 75’ of copper was the best rod with 125’ a close second and divers started to go later in the morning. However you don’t need to put them deep because of how suspended the fish are. Dreamweaver Super Slim UV spoons are a must. Make sure if you’re going out during early light to use UV. Bright colors were best. Oranges and greens seem to be the pattern. As well as bright colored spoons with black dots. 
 
 

4-28-18

Well if these 2 pictures don't make you ready to fish on Mullet Lake, then nothing will. The spring has been cooler than normal and that has the early season bass fishing on hold for just a bit yet. As soon as the fishing heats up, we'll be letting you know about it. Stay tuned.