Status of the Fishery Report for Lake Bellaire, Antrim County (T29-30N, R7-8W)
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Fisheries Division: Michigan Department of Natural Resources
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SubjectFisheries Division; Michigan Department of Natural Resources; Department of Natural Resources; Gaylord; Lake Bellaire; Antrim County; Chain of Lakes; Chain O' Lakes; Elk River; Grand Traverse Bay; Lake Michigan; Intermediate River; Clam Lake; Torch Lake; Skegemog Lake; Elk Lake; Fish Population; Fishery; Walleye; Lake Trout; Splake; Brown Trout; Smallmouth Bass; Northern Pike; Largemouth Bass; Yellow Perch; Bluegill; Pumpkinseed Sunfish; Rock Bass; Longnose Gar; Brown Bullhead; White Sucker; Smelt; cisco; Grass Creek; Institute for Fisheries Research; Shanty Creek
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Kelly, Thomas M. (2013-03-19)Torch Lake, located among the glacial hills of Antrim County, Michigan, is the second largest inland lake in the state. Torch Lake is very deep, and is ranked first in water volume of Michigan's inland lakes. The purpose ...
Michigan Department of Natural Resources; Alward, Warren (2013-06-25)This survey was initiated to evaluate an increased lake trout stocking program begun in 1969. Although lake trout are native to Torch Lake, limited fry, fingerling, yearling or legal-size fish stocking has continued since ...