Mullett Lake Fishing Report near Cheboygan, Michigan
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by Tight Lines
on August 6th
fished end of june 2013. caught lots of walleye and pike with some smallmouth and trout. walleye were either just keepers or 22 inches plus. pike in the 28 inch range caught lots of small walleye (just under 15 inches) please throw those small ones back so the fishing here continues to reach what it used to be 15 years ago
Species Caught: Walleye
Weight: 5lbs, Length: 25in.
by Dustin Johnson
on September 26th
Despite being a huge lake (17,360 acres) the fishing in Mullett is not really that good. You can find lots of panfish but they only average 6-8 inches, lots of pike which only average in the low 20s, and some bass. The state is also stocking trout, sturgeon, and walleyes to improve the fishery but those efforts have yet to take hold. Really, to be honest, I would skip this lake. You can find about the same fishery on bodies of water much smaller and easier to fish. Tight Lines!
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