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Little Glen Lake
Lakes not drawn to scale
10'
5'
Glen Lake,
with the little Glen and big Glen basins, is the
18th largest lake in Michigan. It encompasses 6,265 acres, or 11.25 square miles. Big Glen has a maximum depth of 130 feet; the basins provide 17 miles of shoreline.
Big Glen Lake
Glen Lake Association
PO Box 551, Glen Arbor, MI 49636 To leave a message at the of ce, Phone: 334-7645, Fax: 334-7470
The Glen Lake Association through its members, riparian and non-ripar- ian, works in conjunction with the Michigan Lakes and Streams As- sociation, and other environmental groups, to maintain the pristine qual- ity of the Glen Lake Watershed. The association was created in 1954.
Lime Lake
10'
15'
Cedar Lake
5'
125'
100'
75'
50'
25'
15'
60'
55'
65'
45'
60' 55'
25'
Lakes not drawn to scale
Little Traverse Lake
30'
35'
10'
5'
35'
45'
40'
50'
10'
25'
20'
10'
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NOTABLE
CATCH
Three state Master Angler  sh were
taken from Glen Lake in 2015. They were a 40-inch northern pike boated by Jack Degroot of Grand Rapids on May 7, a 23-inch smallmouth bass taken by Daisy Stewart of Glen Arbor on June 6, and a 42-inch northern pike by Daniel Retlewski of Bay city on Oct. 15. All three  sh were hooked from 1-4 p.m. The pike were entered in the catch and release category.
NOTABLE
CATCH
Treyson Nyland of Traverse City on July 5, 2017, at 11:19 a.m. caught a 21.38-inch smallmouth bass on Cedar Lake, landing him a spot in the Michigan Master Angler list. He entered his  sh in the catch and release category.
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