Description of the Area
Fish Point State Wildlife Area is located on the Saginaw Bay of Lake Huron. Consisting of 2,477 acres of exceptional waterfowl habitat, Fish Point offers many types of waterfowl hunting such as marsh areas, flooded corn fields and dry agriculture fields. Open water hunting on Saginaw Bay is only a short boat ride away. Often referred to as the "Chesapeake of the Midwest" there is an abundance of waterfowl numbers and species that call it home. Ducks are the majority of the harvested waterfowl but Canada geese are present and harvested annually. All hunting zones are accessible with some zones having bridges for access. Excellent late season pheasant hunting exists after the close of the waterfowl season. Along with the hunting opportunities that exist at Fish Point, it is also possible to see many migrating birds. One of the unique sightings is the presence of several snowy owls that spend the winter at Fish Point.
- Hunters allowed 25 shells each with largest permitted shot size BBB.
- Both individuals and parties of 2-4 are allowed to participate in the drawing.
- The first two days of the season the drawing will only be open to parties of 2-4 that have a pre-established reservation.
- Excellent late season pheasant hunting exists after duck season closes.
Map Available Here (Entire Area)
Map Available Here (Managed Waterfowl Area)
- Wildlife Viewing
- Nature Trail Hiking
- Canoeing and Kayaking
7750 Ringle Road
Unionville, MI 48767
Please note that some information may have changed since the production of this video. Please contact the local offices for up-to-date information regarding times and regulations.