1. Sister Lakes, Michigan

 


 
 Bankson Lake

(Van Buren County)

- 202 acres

- 42' deepest point

- All sport lake

- Bottom is marl, sand

- Channels and island

- Best fishing is muskie, northern pike

- Public access with toilets

- Youth camp grounds

 Baseline Lake (Allegan)

- 187 acres

- 45 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake for boating enthusiasts

- Best fishing includes pike, bass, bluegill

- Large portion of lake undeveloped

 Big Crooked Lake

(Van Buren County)

110 acres

- 45 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake for boating enthusiasts

- Sandy bottom and shoreline

- Fishing includes: bass, bluegill and perch

- No islands, no sandbars

- No public access

- Municipal sewer


 Cable Lake

(Cass & Van Buren)

91 acres

- 41 feet at the deepest point

- Quiet lake, no boating with engines

- Fibrous peat and sandy bottom and shoreline

- Fishing includes: bass, bluegill, and pike

- No island, no sandbars

- No public access

-Municipal sewer

 Cedar Lake

(Van Buren County)

- 269 acres

- 84' at deepest point

- All sport lake

- Bottom is marl, peat & sand

- Best fishing is bluegill, lm bass, perch

- Public access with toilets

- Channels, no island

 Christie Lake

(Van Buren County)

- 211 acres

- 45' at deepest point

- All sport lake

- Bottom is peat, and sand

- Best fishing is lm bass

- No public access

 Corey Lake

(St. Joseph County)

- 632 acres

- 82 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake

- Public access

- Fishing includes bluegill, walleye, trout 
 Dewey Lake

(Cass County)

174 acres

- 50 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake for boating enthusiasts

- Soft, peat, weedy bottom and shoreline

- Fishing includes: perch, bass, casting and fly fishing

- Island and/or sandbar

- Public access site

- Municipal sewer

  Diamond Lake

(Cass County)

- 1,020 acres

- 64 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake for boating enthusiasts

- Bottom is gravel, marl, peat and sand

- Large island (seasonal car ferry), bays and channels

- Best fishing includes bass and walleye

- Public access with toilet/parking


 Eagle Lake

(Van Buren County

Paw Paw Township)

- 185 acres

- All sport lake

- Bottom is peat and sand

- Best fishing lm bass

- Deep 50-60'

- Public access with

toilets

 Eagle Lake
(Bloomingdale Township)

-225 acres
-All sport lake
-60' deepest point
-No islands, channels
-No public access
-Bottom is marl, organic, sand
-Best fishing is perch
 Fish Lake

(Cass County)

- 557 acres

- 47' at the deepest point

- All sport lake

- Bottom is gravel, marl, peat and sand

- Best fishing is bluegill

- Public access with toilets

- Connects to Finch Lake Municipal sewer

 Huzzy Lake

(Van Buren County)

- 78 acres

- 34 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake

- Gravel, marl, sandy bottom

- Public access w/toilet

 Indian Lake

(Cass County)

- 500 acres

- 20 feet at the deepest point

- All sports lake

- No islands, two channels

- Municipal sewer

 Keeler Lake
(Van Buren County)
-
72 acres (approx)
 
Kelsey Lake
(Cass County)
- 99 acres
- Non-motorized lake
- Great fishing
- Undeveloped and wooded

  
 Lake Cora

(Van Buren County)

- 197 acres

- 59 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake

- Best fishing largemouth bass

- Lake bottom is peat and sand

- Public access

- Tourist train along lake

- No islands

 Lake of the Woods

(Van Buren County)

- 265 acres

- 34 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake for boating enthusiasts

- Marl, organic sand bottom

- Small island and several channels

- Best fishing includes bluegill and lm bass

- Public access with toilet/parking


 Little Crooked Lake

(Cass & VBuren Counties)

- 103 acres

- 62 feet at the deepest point

- Municipal sewer

- All sport lake

- No public access

- Sandy bottom

- Bluegill and bass fishing

 Long Lake

(Cass County)

- 241 acres

- 42 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake for boating enthusiasts

- Bottom is gravel, marl, peat and sand

- Two channels, no islands

- No public access

 Magician Lake

(Cass & Van Buren)

528 acres

- 57 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake for boating enthusiasts

- Several different areas of beach, rocks, sand, peat

- Best fishing includes largemouth bass and walleye

- Three islands and several sandbars

- Large public access with parking

- Municipal sewer


 Mill Pond Lake
(Cass County)

-150 acres of winding acres
-No wake lake
-Several channels 
-Great fishing
-Public access w/park

 Paw Paw Lake

(Berrien County)

- 900 acres

- 80' at the deepest point

- All sport lake

- Public access with toilets

- Several channels

- Gas & restaurants on lake


 Pipestone Lake
(Berrien County)

-110 acres
- All sport lake
- Veru clean, artisean wells
and active springs
- SE end of the lake is wooded
and natural
 Priest Lake

(Cass County)

- 36 acres

- No wake

- Undeveloped

- Wildlife

 
Putterbaugh Lake
(Cass County)
- 44 acre lake
- Pontoons, small motors allowed
- Undeveloped, wooded
- Great fishing
- Nice homes

  

Round Lake

(Van Buren County)

- 194 acres

- 27 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake for boating enthusiasts

- No islands, one large sandbar

- Public access with parking

- Municipal sewe


  

                                         
  Shafer Lake

(Van Buren County)

- 81 acres

- 72 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake

- No island, one channel

- Peat, marl, much and sandy bottom

- Best fishing is perch

- Public access with toilet                                           
  Stone Lake

(Cass County)

- 148 acres

- 56 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake

- Bottom is peat, gravel, & sand

- Best fishing is bluegill, crappie, lm bass

- No island, one channel

- Public access                                           
 Three Legged Lake
(Van Buren County)

-45 acres approx.
- Non motorized lake except for pontoon boats
- Great fishing
-Undeveloped
-Near ski resorts




  Three Mile Lake

(Van Buren County)

- 176 acres

- 35 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake w/restrictions

- Public access w/toilets

- Peat and sandy bottom

- Best fishing perch, bluegill

- 100 acres wetlands

 Twin Lakes

(Cass County)

- 109 acres

- 54 feet at the deepest point

- All sport lake

- Two separate lakes

- Bottom is peat, marl & sand
- No public access