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Greenwood Reservoir

Marquette County, Michigan
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How big is Greenwood Reservoir?
Greenwood Reservoir is approximately 1,265 sq acres (5 sq km) in size.
How deep is Greenwood Reservoir?
Greenwood Reservoir is approximately 30 feet (9.1 m) at its deepest point.
What kind of fish are in Greenwood Reservoir?
Anglers can expect to find a variety of fish including Black Crappie, Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye and Yellow Perch in Greenwood Reservoir.

Other fish species in the lake include and Sunfish.

When are the best fishing times for Greenwood Reservoir?
Today fishing looks to be not very active with peak fishing times around 5-7 pm. For more more best fishing times visit our Greenwood Reservoir Fishing Forecast page. Lake-Link Pro Members can get detailed fishing forecasts for up to 10 days in advance and species specific for Greenwood Reservoir.
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El Dorado, KS
Probably on of the most beautiful lake in the U.P. but the fishing can be fickle. One day you can load the boat and the next day you can't buy a bite. The boat ramp is great and has a loading dock. The lake has an abundance of structure and cover. Most of the lake is rock and as far as cover there is a lot of standing timber and both emergent weeds and submerged weeds, lots of protected bays. Boaters should be very careful there are several rocks and tree stumps just under the surface depending on lake levels.
Reviewed Sep 5, 2018
We went there and camped and didn't want to leave. Quiet and just beautiful. Fishing was poor because not spawning yet but we sure will go back there. Just a beautiful place.
Reviewed Jun 7, 2014
Very picturesque 'lake', with some rocky cliff-like shoreline areas and lots of woods. A real beauty in the fall with a nice mix of colored maples, pines and birch. Fishing is moody as any lake in MI is, great for pike, walleye, bass, and panfish. Some large gills are known to be had in the mighty Greenwood reservoir. I've camped for years on suitable shorline clearings throughout, not just islands. Have yet to see bear or hear wolves though.
Reviewed Apr 23, 2013
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