Entire Brook Trout Lake in Michigan's Upper Peninsula for sale! Lost Lake is located approximately 6 miles southeast of Copper Harbor, in Keweenaw County of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This remote lake lies within a 150+ Acre wooded parcel. The lake is about 12 acres in size, and is approximately 26 feet deep. It is a Type D Lake, where fishing is allowed from the last Saturday in April, through the end of September. Only artificial lures are allowed and there is a limit of 1 Fish per day. The Minimum Size is 15-Inches. Since 1998, Trout Unlimited Members have partnered with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in planting about 600 Assinica Brook Trout in Lost Lake each year - they have been so successful that the lake produces trout in the 18-Inch Range. The lake has about 2,400 feet of lake frontage with two bluffs on each side. The forest is made up of modestly timbered acreage, and is surrounded on three sides by thousands of acres of Corporate CFA Lands and on the fourth side it borders Copper Country State Forest Lands. This parcel is also enrolled in the Michigan Commercial Forest Act Program: CF Owners pay an annual specific tax of $1.25 per acre through 2016 - "Walk-In" Public Access for hunting and fishing is available on CF Land. A New Owner will need to submit a New Forest Management Plan, and a Notification of Ownership Change Form to the State. If a New Owner desires to build a cabin on the property, the area designated around the structure will need to be withdrawn from the CF Program. If you are seeking a remote lake property for camping, hunting, fishing, and trapping contact us for your private tour today! MLS# 1091360
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 north 32 miles to the Houghton Lift Bridge. Cross bridge. Take US41/M26 north 40 miles to Mandan Loop. (NOTE: This road is marked Snow Mobile Trail No. 134. There are yellow arrows and numbered orange diamond signs - Some maps show it as Trail No. 135) Take a right. Go approximately 11.75 miles to Woods Trail on the left. The Trail is about a mile long hike, up a steep grade, then down a steep grade.
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