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Above: This Lake Hubbard Fishing Resort is where this man set a record for catching the state's largest Smallmouth Bass.
This fish weighed 9.33 pounds. Does he look happy or what?
image credit: bassmaster.com
One good place to fish on Lake Hubbard is the Shelby Resort, a small, year-round vacation property with two pretty lakefront bungalows.
Shelby fishing resort is located in a quiet residential area on the west side of the Lake, whose clean, cool water is well stocked with bass, perch, pike, tiger muskie, trout, walleye, and many other prime catches.
The west bungalow features a fireplace and a nice lake view. The other bungalow has air conditioning, a washer, dryer, and very pretty lake frontage.
Both bungalows are two bedroom, one bathroom units that sleep six. Both have heat, cable TV, DVD players, and fully equipped kitchens. Pillows and blankets are also provided.
Amenities on the property include a 30-foot boat dock, a picnic table, lawn furniture, barbecue grills, and a fire pit.
Please note: These cottages are not handicapped accessible.
The room rates are quite reasonable, starting at somewhere around a hundred dollars a night.
Call 248-332-3064 for driving directions and other details.
Lake Hubbard is popular during all seasons. The area, which caters to tourists, has many beautiful sights and local activities to choose from.
Lake Hubbard is a favorite destination for boaters and anglers during the summer, but also appeals to ice fishermen, skaters and snowmobile riders in winter.
Other local activities include swimming, nature photography, and hiking in the Huron National Forest.
You might also play golf at the White Pine National Golf Club, located on the southeast edge of the lake.
Or visit Newegon State Park along the shores of Thunder Bay, less than 20 miles east from there.
Cute nearby towns include Alpena, Ossineke, Lincoln Village, and Hubbard Lake (an unincorporated community about a mile north of the lake itself).
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