Pickerel Lake, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, has crystal clear water and is known for Splake, Trout and Walleye Fishing! The 71 acre, sandy-bottom, lake has three pools that drop down to over 50 feet in depth, providing the cold water trout need to survive. The nearby Ford River is also a Type 2 Trout Fishing Stream. The north end of the lake borders the Copper Country State Forest and the surrounding forests have Birch, Maple, Red and White pine. There are super opportunities for exploring, and hiking. Sightings of Bald eagle, Beaver, Fox, Grouse, Loons, Mink, Snowshoe hare, Turkey, Whitetail deer, and Woodcock are common. Owning a parcel on this lake provides access to countless wilderness opportunities! Trees common in the area include: Balsam fir,Eastern white pine, Northern red oak, Paper birch, Red maple, Red pine, and Quaking aspen. Buyer to pay for Title Insurance Policy.