Lake Michigan Fishing

Lake Michigan, the third largest of the Great Lakes, is an amazing fishing destination. The fishing opportunities here are endless, with anglers enjoying fishing charters, guides, tournaments, and a diverse buffet of fish species to target. Lake Michigan offers more than 22,000 square miles of water surface, 1,640 miles of shoreline, and endless numbers of fish. Anglers from all over the world come to Lake Michigan to fish for trout, salmon, steelhead, bass, and walleye.

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Lake Michigan Fish:

Lake Michigan boat ramps:

The following boat ramps provide access to Lake Michigan.

Lake Michigan Boat Ramp
101 Lincoln Ave Cleveland, WI
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Red Arrow Park Boat Ramp
Lincoln High School Manitowoc, WI
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Manitowoc Marina Boat Ramp
425 Maritime Drive, PO Box 993 Manitowoc, WI 920-682-5117
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Village Marina Boat Ramp
3310 Memorial Drive Two Rivers, WI 9207948818
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Lily Bay Park Boat Ramp
3700 Glidden Dr Sturgeon Bay, WI
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Two Creeks Access Boat Ramp
6799 2 Creeks Rd Two Rivers, WI
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Bues Point Ramp Boat Ramp
8452 Bues Point Rd Baileys Harbor, WI
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Port Washington Marina Boat Ramp
106 N. Lake St. Port Washington, WI 262-284-6606
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South Shore Yacht Club Boat Ramp
2300 East Nock Milwaukee, WI 414-481-2331
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Bender Park Boat Launch Boat Ramp
Unnamed Rd Oak Creek, WI
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General John J. Pershing Park on Lake Michigan Boat Ramp
600-936 Pershing Dr Racine, WI
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Whitefish Bay Ramp Boat Ramp
Whitefish Bay, WI
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