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Stretching a full ten miles between Indian River and Cheboygan, Mullett Lake sits in the Northern tip of lower Michigan. Named in the 1840s for federal surveyor John Mullett, the lake covers about 17,000 acres and is between 125 and 150 feet at its deepest.
As the third-largest inland lake in Michigan, Mullett Lake is part of a 38-mile inland waterway that reaches from Crooked and Round Lakes, near Little Traverse Bay on the Lake Michigan side of the state, and Cheboygan on the Lake Huron side. Once a Native American trade route, the waterway makes this beautiful lake fantastic for boating and fishing. Game fish species include brown, brook, rainbow, and lake trout as well as Northern pike, muskellunge, yellow perch, walleye, and bass.
Mullett Lake real estate is highly sought after, both for established homes and sites to build your dream home. There's not a bad spot for a sunrise or sunset on a lake this big. If you're looking for Mullet Lake properties, contact Wally Kidd at 231.838.2700.
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