Brighton Recreation Area
Shore fishing is available at all lakes where launches are located. An ADA fishing pier is accessible from the boat launch at Bishop Lake.
Huron Meadows Metropark
Anglers commonly catch bluegill, sunfish and smallmouth bass in the peaceful waters of Maltby Lake. Try shore fishing along the Huron River and Maltby Lake. A large barrier-free fishing pier, accessible by ramp or steps, is located at the Sunset Ridge Picnic Area on Maltby Lake. Ice fishing is allowed when weather conditions permit.
Island Lake Recreation Area
Four lakes and the Huron River offer a variety of fishing opportunities. A universally accessible fishing pier is available at Island Lake. However, the park does not have a boat launch. Spring Mill Pond is stocked with trout and a special catch and release season is in effect from April 1 until opening day of trout season. Only artificial bait may be used. Ice fishing is a popular winter activity.
Whether shore-fishing along the east shore or in a boat on the lake, Kensington Metropark is a popular fishing location in Southeastern Michigan. Fish Kent Lake and the connecting tributaries for bass, bluegill, northern pike, black crappie, and yellow perch. Huron River toward the north end of the Metropark provides shady, secluded locations for casting your line. The maximum depth of the lake is 36 feet with water depth maps available at the Boat Rental or Kensington Park Office. There is no fishing allowed on Kingfisher Lagoon or at posted areas of Wildwing Lake.