Lewiston, Michigan, is located in the northeastern portion of the Lower Peninsula. There are many fishing opportunities in the area with the abundance of inland lakes and streams. From warm-water species such as bass, pike and walleye to cold-water species such as brown, brook and rainbow trout, this area has something for every angler.
East Twin Lake
East Twin Lake offers great angling opportunities for smallmouth bass, walleye and yellow perch. With the abundant weed growth in the lake, look for drop-offs near the weed beds to find a hungry fish.
West Twin Lake
West Twin Lake is slightly deeper than its cousin to the east and produces some fantastic pike fishing around the deep weed beds. Smallmouth and largemouth bass are found here, as well as panfish such as bluegill and yellow perch.
Big Wolf Lake
This long, shallow lake is ripe with reeds, lily pads and weed beds. Largemouth bass are abundant in this lake, along with bluegills.
Little Wolf Lake
Just south of Big Wolf, Little Wolf Lake is a deep, cool lake with great fishing for pike and largemouth bass. Anglers who cast crank baits along the edges of the deep weed beds will be rewarded with a trophy fish.
This spring-fed lake stays cold all year and supports a wonderful trout fishery. Trolling small spoons or suspending a minnow under a float could yield a trophy brown or brook trout.