One of Michigan’s most superb fishing getaways is Hubbard Lake. This 8,800-acre lake is located in Caledonia, which is in the northeast part of the lower Michigan peninsula. Anglers and their families come to enjoy fishing and the many activities and amenities the area has to offer. Fish species targeted here include plentiful stockings of perch, walleye, muskie, northern pike, sunfish, largemouth bass, and smallmouth bass. The lake is surrounded by private homes and docks, so access to shore fishing is limited. The best way to fish is by boat, canoe, or kayak. Boats can be rented at the Churchill Pointe Inn. Hubbard Lake has three boat ramps to allow those with their own watercraft to access the water. There’s a campground and RV park within minutes of the lake, as well as other lodging and dining options. In the winter, ice fishing has been gaining popularity with the locals.
Hubbard Lake Fish:
Hubbard Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Hubbard Lake.