Is there any good inland lakes to catch musky in Michigan? This summer I was going to try and catch my first musky.
For what it's worth, the probability is very low that Whitmore, or any of the lakes receiving tiger plants in the early '90s, have any hybrid muskies remaining. It's been well documented that this species has a relatively short life span which, in northern tier states, is typically less than ten years. If you want to have even a remote chance at a tiger, you're better off working in St. Clair where there's a remote chance that hybridization could occur naturally. Overall, Michigan's best bet for a tiger is Lac Vieux Desert, which is at the western end of the UP.Radar420 said:For somewhere close you can't beat LSC, it has a great muskie fishery.
If you're looking to make a little trip of it, you can try Whitmore Lake - it used to be stocked with Tiger muskie.
I've also heard Sanford lake up north produces some monsters each year.
You might also want to check the Master Angler entries from the last couple of years on the DNR website to see what other lakes might be giving up some nice 'skis.