Department of Natural Resources
A large area of this 837-acre lake consists of shallow, sandy shoal areas. Cover along the shoreline is generally sparse with scattered weed beds; downed trees and other woody debris are also sparse. The bottom substrate consists of mainly sand in the shallow areas along the shoreline. Gravel, cobble and rock are dispered along the northern shoreline.
Type of Fishing: Shore, Boat
Typical Fish Species Available: Bullhead, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Sunfish, Walleye, Yellow Perch
Bait: Worms, Minnows
Hours: Dawn until Dusk
From Manistique, travel east on US 2 for approximately 11 miles. Turn right onto Gulliver Lake Road and travel 0.1 miles. Continue straight to boating access site.
Town/Range/Section: T42N, R14W, section 37
Latitude/Longitude: 45.987867 / -86.042474