Source for the North
Six Mile Lake and
Upper Chain O' Lakes
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Chain O' Lakes Map
Antrim County Michigan
Northwest Lower Lodging
Six Mile Lake
Area: 407 acres
Latitude: N 45° 07.19'
Longitude: W 85° 12.15'
St. Clair Lake
Area: 64 acres
Latitude: N 45° 09.98'
Longitude: W 85° 13.79'
Area: 120 acres
Latitude: N 45° 09.25'
Longitude: W 85° 14.72'
Area: 106 acres
Latitude: N 45° 07.44'
Longitude: W 85° 15.03'
Area: 131 acres
Latitude: N 45° 06.35'
Longitude: W 85° 15.34'
Six Mile Lake & Upper Chain O' Lakes Map Antrim County Michigan
North of Central Lake, are six narrow lakes that complete
the Chain O' Lakes system. Starting with Hanley Lake then north through the Green River
to Wilson Lake. Between Hanley Lake and Benway Lake an old
lift bridge runs over the Green River on Muhrman Bridge Road. It has been inoperative
for some time and has a clearance of only five feet. As you head north through
Wilson Lake, and just before you reach Ellsworth Lake, there is another
small private bridge at five foot clearance.
As go further north through Ellsworth you reach the northern most
lake, St. Clair Lake. You must pass through a 12 foot wide
culvert with five foot clearance and 3 feet of water to reach it.
The Chain O' Lakes turn south from here through
marsh land and into Six mile Lake, the largest of
the northern lakes. Due to the connecting rivers
smaller boats are recommend for this Michigan fishing tour.
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rocks & gravel
marsh / swamp land
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