The French River has great fishing for both smallmouth and largemouth bass. Plentifull along the shoreline rocks and weedbeds, they will put up a nice fight as you bring them in. Fresh French River bass fillets are another great choice for shore lunch.
The following regulations apply to the French River
Walleye; Open 3rd Sat. in May; S - 4 and C - 2 - none
between 40-60 cm (15.7-23.6 in.), not more than 1 greater than 60 cm (23.6 in). Northern Pike; Open 3rd Sat. in May; S - 4 and C - 2 - none
between 53-86 cm (21-34 in.), not more than 1 greater than 86 cm (34 in). Muskellunge; Open 1st Sat. in June; S - 1 and C - 0 - must be greater than 122
cm (48 in). Bass; Open 4th Sat. in June; S - 4 and C - 2 - none between 33-43 cm (13-17 in),
not more than 1 greater than 43 cm (17 in).
S = sport fishing license C = conservation fishing license