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Lake Gogebic

Lake Gogebic is the largest inland lake in the upper peninsula of Michigan with over 13,000 acres of prime fishing waters. Lake Gogebic is well known for walleye, small mouth bass, pike and some of the biggest perch you will ever catch. Click map to enlarge.

The million-acre Ottawa National Forest and the 21,000 acre Sylvania Wilderness surround the lake area affording all kinds of habitat for wildlife. Besides small game and a variety of birds, the area is well known for deer and bear.

The Lake Gogebic area is heavily wooded so fall color tours are spectacular. With upwards of 300 inches of snowfall each year, some of the best snowmobiling in the U.P. is found here.

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