Drummond Island Tourism Association
P.O. Box 200
Drummond Island, MI 49726
(906) 493-5245 or (800) 737-8666
Drummond Island Fishing on Lake Huron
Welcome to Drummond Island, located in the far Eastern Upper Peninsula and surrounded by the pristine beauty of Lake Huron.
Great Lakes Fishing on Lake Huron
Great Lakes fishing is a way of life for both the residents and the visitors to our islands. Whether it is from a dock, charter, or your own fishing boat, people find a great enjoyment here along with tranquility. Fish species include: Smallmouth Bass, Salmon, Steelhead, Lake Trout, Perch, Northern Pike, Walleye, Whitefish, Cisco, Herring, and Smelt.
Excellent smallmouth bass fishing opportunities exist where rocky shorelines abound. When hooked, these bronze-back beauties, as some call them, fight hard and dance across the surface of the water. This is a great sport fish and delicious table fare. Pound for pound, it is said that nothing pulls as hard as a smallmouth bass. Twenty to fifty fish per boat a day are common, using the selective harvest of catch and release, taking a few home for the table.
Lake Huron Walleyes
Walleye is the most prized of our fishing species. They grow large, up to 30 inches in length and 15 pounds in weight. Walleye are considered by most to have the best tasting flesh of any fresh water fish. The daily creel limit is 5 per angler per day.
Drummond Island Attractions and Activities
Drummond Island, also known as Michigan' s Ultimate Playground, welcomes you to experience the second largest fresh water island in the nation. This adventure comes complete with fishing, shipwrecks, kayaking, rare species, ATV ORVing, hiking, and snowmobiling, just to name a few!
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