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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:  March 7th, 2015
    Excellent fishing the last couple of weekends. Pike action has been steady while the pan fish have really started to turn on with normal early March rush. Still very cold on the Pond, but warmer weather is on the way. Still should have at least one and probably two more good weeks of ice fishing before the serious melt begins. Spring/summer is approaching fast... Northern Pike and catch & release bass season starts April 25th. Late April and early to mid-May is a perfect time to fish if you want the Pond to yourself and some great early summer action. We're filling up very fast from late May thru July, so get your reservation in early. Still plenty of cabins available in August however, when typically the biggest fish of the year are biting.
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