A large very clear lake (132 acres).
Type of Fishing: Shore, Pier, Boat
Typical Fish Species Available: Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Sunfish
Bait: Worms, Minnows, Artificial
Hours: Dawn until Dusk
Fees: Yes (Recreation Passport)
From Flint, take I-75 south to Dixie Hwy south, turn left on McGinnis Road toward Holly State Park. Instead of turing left into the state park, turn right down the dirt road. Stop at the park check in shack to verify to have a park pass ($10.00 for the entire year for all state parks). take the first right turn and follow the signs to the boat launch and find a parking space. If you bring a boat, no gasoline powewred engines are allowed. Only electric trolling motors and oars may be used for propulsion. If on foot, I suggest fishing anywhere along the west side of the lake. Bring a chair to sit on. The fishing pier fills up quick. I am a basic worm under a bobber guy and have always caught fish there fishing five to 10 feet deep. There is also a very nice bathing beach at this lake which you will see from this fishing area. It has showers, bath/changing rooms, snack bar/bait shop and boat rentals.
Address: Holly Recreational Area, 8100 Grange Hall Rd., Holly, MI 48442
Town/Range/Section: T 2N R9E Sec. 3
Latitude/Longitude: 42.80312 / 83.53236