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RECREATION
Breanna Flores of Traverse City caught and released this 19-inch smallmouth bass from south Lake Leelanau while  shing with her boyfriend, Zakary Clark of Detroit. Clark said the  sh snapped an Abu Garcia ultra lite pole on its way. Lake Leelanau is known for its large and scrappy smallies as well as walleyes.
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Lake Leelanau, with north and south basins, is the 14th largest lake in Michigan. It encompasses 8,320 acres, or 13 square miles. North Lake Leelanau has a maximum depth of 121 feet; the basins provide 40.2 miles of shoreline.
Lake Leelanau
Lake Association
PO Box 123
Leland, MI 49654
Phone: 668-7984
The Lake Leelanau Lake Association (LLLA) represents the interests of Lake Leelanau shoreline property owners (riparians) and everyone else concerned with the well-being of Lake Leelanau and its watershed. Founded in 1980 and incorporated as a nonpro t (501c3). organization in 2003, the LLLA has hundreds of dues-paying members.
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40'
South Lake Leelanau
North Lake Leelanau
Lakes not drawn to scale
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NOTABLE
CATCH
Debra Marie Corey of Mason, Mich., boated a 10.25-inch bluegill at about 6:30 p.m. on July 17, 2017. Her catch made the state Master Angler List.
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