Is Hubbard Lake Good Fishing?

Hubbard Lake is a popular fishing spot located in the Northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan. It is known for its abundance of walleye, bass, and other game fish.

The lake has been a favorite spot for anglers for generations and it continues to draw people from all over the area. The lake has a maximum depth of 146 feet and is approximately 12 miles long and 6 miles wide. It is part of the Au Sable River watershed, which feeds into Lake Huron.

The lake’s clear waters make it an ideal habitat for fish and other aquatic life. Its rocky shoreline provides plenty of opportunities for anglers to cast from shore or wade out into the deeper waters in search of their quarry. The lake also offers plenty of weeds, stumps, logs and other structure that provide cover and hiding spots for game fish.

Hubbard Lake is known to be especially productive during the spring months as game fish move in to spawn. Walleye, bass, pike, musky and panfish can all be found in large numbers during this time. During the summer months anglers can find plenty of baitfish such as shiners, minnows, darters and mayflies that attract game fish into shallow waters where they can be more easily Targeted.

Ice fishing on Hubbard Lake is also becoming increasingly popular with anglers looking to catch walleye or pike through the ice. The lake’s shallow depths make it an ideal spot for ice fishing as there are plenty of areas with just a few inches of water making it easy to move around on the ice without having to worry about breaking through.


Overall Hubbard Lake is an excellent fishing spot offering plenty of opportunities for anglers looking to catch a variety of different species throughout the year. Whether you’re an experienced angler or a beginner looking to learn more about fishing, Hubbard Lake will have something to offer you.

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Michael Allen