Situated on 17,000 acres in Indian River is a fishing spot called Burt Lake. This lake has 35 miles of outlying shore and is located on the northern point of Michigan’s lower peninsula. Most anglers come here to fish for walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike, and large muskie. Other species you may find here include catfish, crappie, trout, bluegill, sunfish, perch, sturgeon, and more. Anglers and their families can enjoy fishing from shore, boat, canoe, or kayak. A few public boat ramps provide access to the water. And if you don’t have your own boat, there are boat rentals available. When the wind is calm, you can also enjoy canoe and kayak fishing. Burt Lake is a scenic fishing getaway where the whole family can enjoy a full day of fishing fun.
Burt Lake Fish:
Burt Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Burt Lake.