Harrietta State Fish Hatchery
Michigan's oldest operating state fish hatchery opened in 1901. Both rainbow and brown trout are reared here for inland and Great Lakes waters.
Harrietta is the birthplace of brown trout in Michigan and is the source of the current state record for this species.
Location: 6801 West 30 Road, Harrietta, MI 49638
Hours: Open at no charge to public. Weekdays, 8:30 am to 4 pm. Weekends, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. To schedule group tours, please call 231-389-2211.
Areas of interest to the public:
- Short drive from Mitchell State Park, Caberfae Ski Area and high-quality trout fishing (Pine River, Manistee River, Pere Marquette River)
- Interpretative area
- Indoor and outdoor exhibits
- Self-guided outdoor trail system
- Surrounded by thousands of acres of state and federal land
- Minutes from the North Country Trail
- Location for Hatchery Passport Program
|Harrietta State Fish Hatchery Production|
|Brown Trout - Gilchrist Creek||Spring Yearlings||413,303|
|Brown Trout - Sturgeon River||Spring Yearlings||149,869|
|Brown Trout - Wild Rose||Spring Fingerlings||352,210|
|Rainbow Trout - Eagle Lake||Spring Fingerlings||298,517|
For detailed information of fish stocked, see the DNR's website at: michigandnr.com/fishstock/.