The Porcupine Mountains and Ontonagon area have some great bodies of water for ice fishing. Our waters have everything from walleye, perch, and whitefish to bass, lake trout, northern pike, and a variety of panfish. Come see what ice fishing in the Upper Peninsula is all about!
Bob Lake is known for its abundance of fish species, including perch, walleye, and northern pike, making it a popular destination for ice fishing enthusiasts seeking a variety of catches. With the sound of drilling augers and the occasional hum of snowmobiles in the background, this frozen lake becomes a hub of activity, providing a unique and thrilling winter escape for those willing to embrace the cold in pursuit of the perfect catch.
If you’re looking for walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike, black crappie, yellow perch, or some whitefish then Lake Gogebic is for you! After spending time on the lake, you will learn the best spots, techniques, and gear to land the fish of your dreams. This 13,000+ acre lake (the largest inland lake in the U.P.) allows you to find some solitude while you try to catch a trophy fish or dinner. Always check ice conditions before you go on any body of water.