Top Michigan Fishing Tournaments in and Around The Thumb Region – 2022

The following 2022 Michigan fishing tournaments have been listed with the Michigan DNR for Huron, Tuscola, and St. Clair Counties. If there is a tournament not listed but should be, contact us. 

Huron County Fishing Tournaments 2022

June 3: Sebewaing – Beebe League Bass Fishing – Saginaw Bay – Bass – Boat Count 10

June 18: Michigan Big Bass Kayak League – Saginaw Bay – No Limit Big Bass Power Hour – Fin & Feather – Boat Count 100

June 25: Doc Harpham Memorial Walleye Tournament – Port Austin – Lake Huron – Walleye – Boat Count 119

July 16: American Legion Post 293 – Sebewaing – Saginaw Bay – Walleye – Boat Count 25

July 30: Jeffery Powell Walleye Tourneyment – Port Austin – Lake Huron – Boat Count 25

August 27-28: Bass Anglers of Michigan – Bay Port – Saginaw Bay – Bass – Boat Count 17

Tuscola County Fishing Tournaments 2022

July 23: SVBA – Quanicassee River – Bass –  Boat Count 13

St Clair County  Fishing Tournaments 2022

June 11-12: Port Huron Walleye Classic – Black River – Walleye – Boat Count 25

July 23: Bay Area Fishing Tournament – Lake St Clair – Payouts of $1,000 each for largest Bass, Pike, Perch, Walleye, and 3 Fish Total. 3 Fish Total will be the total length of the three largest fish, one of each species.

This is only a tiny sample of Michigan Fishing Tournaments found in the Great Lakes region. There are 100s of events on rivers, inland lakes, and the Great Lakes. Another helpful resource for local events is the Michigan Fishing Tournaments Facebook page. It’s a place to place free tournament ads for fishing events throughout Michigan.

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2 thoughts on “Top Michigan Fishing Tournaments in and Around The Thumb Region – 2022”

  1. Interesting that the lead photo in this article is taken from Lake Michigan – that is most definitely Chicago in the background.


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