Lake Mitchell Fishing Report near Cadillac, Michigan

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  2/19/2013 7:00 AM

Mitchell is producing pike, crappie and bluegill. For pike, try tip-ups with minnows in Big Cove. For bluegill, try teardrops with wax worms. For crappie try minnows.


Fishing Tips for Lake Mitchell

  8/21/2012 3:30 PM

You can find good fishing for all the fish species found in Lake Mitchell so I recommend you try to fish here at least once. If you are here in the spring you can find good action along the east shoreline. Make sure you focus on the sand, gravel, and weeds near the outlet. As the seasons moves on you can find fish near the gravel flat on top of the submerged point in the southwest corner, the weedlines in Big Cove, the sand, gravel, and weeds near the outlet, and the deep holes. All the usual baits and lures will work here.


Fishing Hot Spots near Lake Mitchell

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