Welcome to our Lake Gogebic Fishing Home Page

Lake Gogebic is located in the Upper Peninsula and it is Michigan’s largest inland lake. This lake is very popular for fishing, boating and camping.  With over 13,000 acres of water, there is a lot of water here to fish, but with some good electronics and a fishing map, you should be able to narrow down some of the better fishing spots a lot faster.  Lake Gogebic is known as a very good walleye and perch lake, but you can also target northern pike, smallmouth bass and whitefish.

Primary Species of Fish

Walleye & Perch

Lake Gogebic is primarily a walleye and perch lake.  There is some very good fishing for smallmouth bass and northern pike too, but the walleye and perch are what most people come here for.  Anglers can catch good numbers of walleye and perch here with lots of smaller, eating-size walleye in the lake and some nice jumbo-sized perch as well.  You will find some bigger walleye here too, but it’s been known as a great numbers lake for many years.

Secondary Species of Fish

Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass & Trout

If you want to fish for northern pike and smallmouth bass, you can definitely have some success here.  Some anglers report excellent smallmouth bass fishing here with some quality fish too.  The pike anglers will usually get some action and there are some good-sized pike here too.  For the trout anglers, there are some nearby streams that anglers fish for brook trout.