Lake Fanny Hooe

The lake is 227 acres and is located in Fort Wilkins Historic State Park. The lake is an excellent smallmouth bass fishery and holds a large population of yellow perch. Master Angler smallmouth bass are on record as being caught in Lake Fanny Hooe. An accessible fishing pier is located at the boat launch. Fish shelters are located in proximity to the pier to hold fish in the area.

Type of Fishing: Shore, Pier, Boat

Typical Fish Species Available: brook trout, rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, walleye, yellow perch

Bait: Worms, Minnows, Artificial

Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Fees: Yes (Recreation Passport)



Animal Friendly Animal Friendly
Boat Launch Boat Launch
Camping Camping
Modern Restrooms Modern Restrooms
Picnic Tables, Shelter, Grills and Water Pump Picnic Tables, Shelter, Grills and Water Pump
Playground Playground
Rustic Restrooms Rustic Restrooms
Walking Trails Walking Trails


Additional Information

Fish Stocking
Lake Map


scenic picture of Lake Fanny Hooe

Driving Directions

Fort Wilkins Historic State Park is located on US Highway 41 one mile east of Copper Harbor.

Address: 15004 US Highway 41, Copper Harbor, MI 49918

County: Keweenaw

City/Township: Grant Township

Town/Range/Section: T58N, R28W, Section 33

Latitude/Longitude: 47.46546 / 87.87659