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Silver Lake

Coordinates:
46.199962, -88.019004


Maximum depth:
20 feet


Indigenous species:
Large mouth bass, small mouth bass, crappie, bluegill, walleye, perch


Records:
• 12.25" bluegill, William Robinson, 2001
• 11.38" bluegill, Wilfred Ricamore, 2000
• 11.25" bluegill, Carol Ricamore, 2000
• 10.75" bluegill, Nathan Anderson, 2009





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Edey Lake

Coordinates:
46.193029, -88.054647


Maximum depth:
30 feet


Indigenous species:
Large mouth bass, small mouth bass, crappie, bluegill, walleye, perch





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Sawyer Lake

Coordinates:
46.185401, -88.063342


Maximum depth:
20 feet


Indigenous species:
Large mouth bass, small mouth bass, crappie, bluegill, walleye, perch, northern pike





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Squaw/Long Lake

Coordinates:
46.190485, -88.061187


Maximum depth:
70 feet


Indigenous species:
Bluegill, rock bass, small mouth bass, large mouth bass, splake, rainbow trout, perch, northern pike





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Witch Lake

Coordinates:
46.274391, -88.009680


Maximum depth:
93 feet


Indigenous species:
Large mouth bass, small mouth bass, crappie, bluegill, walleye, perch, northern pike


Records:
• 29.5" walleye, Eric Shrouder, 2015
• 14.25" crappie, Paul Dishaw, 2015
• 14" yellow perch, Jerry Kmack, 1996





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Porterfield Lake

Coordinates:
46.264528, -87.951618


Maximum depth:
39 feet


Indigenous species:
Bluegill, large mouth bass, walleye, perch


Records:
• 11.13" bluegill, Jacob Zboril, 2015


Nearby:
Porterfield Lake Motorcycle Trail



Boating access sites





Current weather conditions



State-designated snowmobile trails

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Silver Lake by snowmobile:

From trail 5 (Republic/Sagola trail), turn west onto 2 Mile Creek Road, which is located toward the top of the pictured map (just under the "95"). Silver Lake Resot is located on M-95 just south of the 2 Mile Creek Road intersection.


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ATVs, ORVs / OHVs, & motorcycle trail map

Silver Lake Resort sits only 6 miles from the Porterfield Lake Motorcycle Trail and just west of snowmobile trail #5. There are numerous connecting county roads on which ORVs / OHVs are permitted.


Snowmobile trail to Silver Lake Resort in Google maps


Silver Lake Resort to Porterfield Lake Motorcycle Trail parking area in Google maps (take county road immediately to the west of M-95).


DNR map of Porterfield Motorcycle Trail


Trail & road conditions, as well as OHV regulations, are always subject to change. Silver Lake Resort does not endorse or encourage use of all trails pictured; we are simply sharing a map of trails and roads known to exist in the area as of the time the map was created.


Current trail conditions

Courtesy of the Michigan Snowmobile Association



Area state hunting land map



Area wildlife

The information in this section is subject to change. Always be sure to follow current regulations & licensing.


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Grouse

Silver Lake Resort is located just 19 and a half miles from the Ralph Grouse Enhanced Management Site (GEMS), one of the premier grouse hunting locations in the country. GEMS provide adventure and opportunity for a variety of hunter types – youth, adults new to the sport, and seniors because they offer a trail for those who prefer an easier walk, and those who want a challenge can adventure off the trail in search of ruffed grouse.


Ruffed Grouse:
Sept. 15 - Nov. 14 and Dec. 1 - Jan. 1


Sharp-tailed Grouse:
Oct. 10-31


Additional wildlife

The natural beauty surrounding Silver Lake is host to a wide variety of game, including deer, bear, snowshoe hare, coyote, bobcat, fox, and wild turkey.



Hunting Seasons

From the Michigan Department of Natural Resources



In the area




 

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