Jordan Lake is located on the southern edge of the village of Lake Odessa. Straddling the Barry County and Ionia County lines, Jordan Lake is a manmade lake where Tupper Creek flows into it from Tupper Lake. Out of Jordan Lake, the Little Thornapple River flows thru Barry County. Jordan Lake boasts of 430 acres with recorded depths of 58 feet deep. It is a beautiful lake, with easy access and great fishing waters for all kinds of fishing tech niches.
Type of Fishing: Shore, Boat
Typical Fish Species Available: Bullhead, Carp, Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Sunfish, Walleye
Bait: Worms, Minnows, Artificial
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
From Grand Rapids: Take I-96 east to the Lake Odessa exit 64. Turn right at Jordan Lake Rd. From Lansing: Take I-69 N/I-96 W towards Flint/Grand Rapids. Take exit 64 towards Lake Odessa and turn left at Jordan Lake Rd. From Thumb: Take I-69 W towards Flint. Take exit 81 to merge onto I-96 West. Take exit 64 and turn left onto Jordan Lake Rd. From the North: From 131 S: Take exit 89A to merge onto I-96 E/M-37 S toward Lansing. Take exit 64 toward Lake Odessa/Saranac. Turn left at Jordan Lake Road. From I-75 S: Take I-75 to US 127 S towards Clare/Lansing. Merge onto I-69 W toward Fort Wayne. Merge onto I-96 W. Take exit 64 for Lake Odessa. Turn left onto Jordan Lake Rd. JORDAN LAKE ROAD DEAD ENDS IN TOWN ACROSS FROM THE LAKE.
City/Township: Lake Odessa
Town/Range/Section: 05N, 07W, 33
Latitude/Longitude: 42.7700 / -85.1408