A hidden treasure among Michigan’s rivers, the White is just under 20 miles from the town of Newaygo. It’s located between the Muskegon and the Pere Marquette Rivers. The topography is fairly shallow with plenty of gravel, riffles and holes to hold fish. During the fall and spring migrations it is a mecca for salmon and steelhead, as well as lake run walleye for the angler to chase.
Ice Fishing on White Lake
At just under 2,600 acres White Lake in Monegue, Michigan is also considered a drowned out river mouth. The lake is also known for its northern pike and walleye fishing with plenty of panfish to catch to keep young anglers busy.