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Curious why we’re called the Great Lakes Bay? This region’s rich with freshwaters, and perfectly situated along a bay on one of five Great Lakes — not to mention, the one with the longest shoreline.
Tucked along the Lake Huron coast at the base of Saginaw Bay, the freshwater outings roll on for miles. Tall ship sailing to charter fishing, boating or beaching — dip into one of the most surprising waterfront vacation spots in Michigan.
You don’t need your own private yacht — a pontoon, a fishing boat, or even a kayak — to experience the beauty of these freshwaters.Read More +
The Great Lakes Bay boasts one of the top walleye fisheries in Michigan, the Midwest, and beyond — Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay.Read More +
Lake Huron's Saginaw Bay is "big water", packed with big fish, and served by a big fleet of savvy charter fishing boat captains. All that's missing in this "big" picture is you!Read More +
Perhaps the one of the world's best walleye fisheries, Lake Huron's Saginaw Bay is certainly among Michigan fishing's most enticing puzzles. The Saginaw Bay challenge is to find its abundant gamefish in a vast, relatively featureless underwater landscape.Read More +