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MICHIGAN GAME FISH
CATFISH FAMILY:
black bullhead
brown bullhead
channel catfish
yellow bullhead
PERCH FAMILY:
walleye / saugeye
yellow perch
PIKE FAMILY:
muskellunge
northern pike
SALMON FAMILY:
brook trout
brown trout
chinook salmon
cisco
coho salmon
lake trout
lake whitefish
pink salmon
rainbow trout
STURGEON FAMILY:
lake sturgeon
SUNFISH FAMILY:
black crappie
bluegill
green sunfish
largemouth bass
pumpkinseed sunfish
rock bass
smallmouth bass
white crappie

Michigan Fishing Reports, Fletcher Pond Fish Report
Fletcher Pond Fishing Report
Report By: Dave Brown
E-mail: mail@fletcherslanding.com
of Fletchers Landing
DATE:  June 28th, 2015
    Bass coming out in fantastic numbers as you can see from the many posts on our face page. Several keepers, just this weekend a 20 and 21". (both went right back in.) Pike coming out in the 27" average with one reported at 33". MSeveral pan fish of course. One young lady caught a 13" bluegill which is almost the largest I have seen in a long time. She tossed it back. Secrets shared: catching the bass on watermelon pearl dingers and power worms in tequila sunrise. These are the two most popular. Other successful baits used for bass and pike have been frogs of any shape and color and spinner baits in dark colors. Can't forget the perch: no huge record size but several in number.
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