Eckerman Pond – Trout are the most popular catch here.
Muskallonge Lake State Park – 55 miles northwest of Paradise. 700 acres in size. Features northern pike, walleye, perch, panfish, and smallmouth bass. Great location for paddling adventures as well! Camping sites are available and may be reserved for use.
Two Hearted River – 30 miles northwest of Paradise. Features a healthy population of trout in its main branches, tributaries, and side ponds.
Andrus Lake – 6 miles north of Paradise. 31 acres in size. Features largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, rainbow trout, and panfish. Campground on site.
Shelldrake Dam – 8 miles north of Paradise. Features bluegill, perch, and northern pike. Location is perfect for wildlife enthusiasts as it has been flooded to attract wildlife!
Whitefish Bay/Lake Superior – Fish from the shoreline or from your boat and experience the beauty of Lake Superior while you await the big catch!
Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Clark Lake – Trail accessed from Clark Lake Road 11 miles southwest of Paradise, with lake access by foot. The lake features brown catfish.
Tahquamenon River – Fishing is welcome along the entire Tahquamenon River. Trout can be caught in the rapids above the Lower Falls. The rivermouth is a popular fishing location featuring walleye, pike, perch, smallmouth bass, and rock bass.