Gladwin County, Michigan
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Fishing looks to be not very active with peak fishing times around 5-7 PM. SEE MORE
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How big is Wixom Lake?
Wixom Lake is approximately 1,980 sq acres (8 sq km) in size.
How deep is Wixom Lake?
Wixom Lake is approximately 40 feet (12.2 m) at its deepest point.
What kind of fish are in Wixom Lake?
Anglers can expect to find a variety of fish including Black Crappie, Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike, Rock Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye and Yellow Perch in Wixom Lake.
Other fish species in the lake include and Sunfish.
When are the best fishing times for Wixom Lake?
Today fishing looks to be not very active with peak fishing times around 5-7 pm. For more more best fishing times visit our Wixom Lake Fishing Forecast page. Lake-Link Pro Members can get detailed fishing forecasts for up to 10 days in advance and species specific for Wixom Lake.
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Wixom Lake Reviews
I fished this lake yesterday 5/8/2014, thought the first hot day would turn the bass on ... no such luck. I did find HUNDREDS of carp spawning in the shallows and hooked two of those for a heck of a long battle. One Northern Pike (22 inches)and one 8 inch bass. Could not find the Crappie. If anyone reads this and wants to be nice give me an idea where to find them. At 1,980 it a big lake to hunt on. Also wanted to correct the main page for this lake on Lake Link There are at least two ramps, one is state ran and the Marina has a launch right on M30. Two miles NORTH of the bridge is a bait shop with minnows and worms.
Reviewed May 9, 2014
Wixom Lake is an impoundment of the Tittabawasee and Tobbacow River systems. The system holds very good populations of Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Walleyes, some Musky from former DNR plants. It also hold excellent populations of Black Crappies and Bluegills. During the spring the crappie populations head for the many canals that are disspersed throughout the watershed. Ice fishing for panfish takes place at Muddy Bay in Albright Shores and directly out of the access located of M-30. Crappies are targeted here due to the deeper water where they suspend. Most pike and musky tip up fishermen set up north of Albright Shores off Jones Road. Follow the cut out to the main river and head south about 150 yards and your there. A large flat comes up from the main river channel. Mixed with many weed beds. Excellent area for pike and musky. On ocassion thhe panfish action can be very good here also.
Reviewed Jan 3, 2013
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