Loon's Nest Resort in Curtis, MI on Big Manistique Lake
Big Manistique Lake - Part of the Upper Peninsula's Largest Lake Complex
The Loon's Nest Resort of Curtis, MI is located on Big Manistique Lake, which is Part of the Upper Peninsula's Largest Lake Complex. This UP Fishing complex consists of the following bodies of water: Big Manistique Lake, North Manistique Lake, South Manistique Lake, Milakokia Lake, Lake Ann Louise, and Millecoquins Lake. The Manistique Lakes Complex in combination to the smaller lakes in the area equals well over 20,000 acres of inland lake water to enjoy. Fishing opportunities abound with many great species to catch: Walleye, Muskie, Northern Pike, Large and Smallmouth Bass, Perch, Bluegill, Sunfish, and Rock Bass. Photo by Greg Sell, of Greg Sell Photography.
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If you really love fishing, Big Manistique Lake is the place for you. This incredible lake is great any time of year. This lake is located in both Luce County and Mackinac County is also known as Manistique Lake. It is the largest of the Upper Peninsula Lake Complex with a total of 10,130 acres of surface area. Two creeks fill the Big Manistique Lake and these are Protage Creek and Helmer Creek.
If bringing your own boat and want to keep it at our dock, a boat lift is available for rent for $6.00/per day.
Fish cleaning house with lights, water and electricity is available for our guests.
Well known for outdoor recreation, the Big Manistique Lake also offers,jet-skiing, swimming, boating, water skiing, pontoon boat rides, paddle boating, & tubing.
We are located on Big Manistique Lake!
Loon’s Nest Resort is in the center of
the U.P.’s Largest Lake Complex.
World-class trophy fishing: Walleye,
Large/Small Mouth Bass, Perch, Bluegill
Sunfish, Rock Bass, & Bull Heads
Big Manistique Lake: 10,130 acres
North Manistique Lake: 1,722 acres
South Manistique Lake: 4,001 acres
Milakokia Lake: 1,956 acres
Lake Ann Louise: 311 acres
Millecoquins Lake: 1,890 acres