Little Platte Lake
Little Platte Lake is one of the many lakes located in the northwestern part of Michigan’s lower peninsula. There are two Platte lakes in Benzie County, Big Platte and Little Platte. Big Platte Lake is 2,516 acres, 3.3 miles long and 1.6 miles wide. The average depth of Platte Lake is 24 feet deep. The deepest point of the lake is measured at 95 feet deep. The Platte River flows in and back out Platte lake and continues downstream in and out through Loon Lake until it finally reaches Lake Michigan. Big Platte Lake is located in Benzie county, which was molded into a land full of sand dunes by the glacial formations. Platte Lake is one of the largest of the lakes located in Benzie Michigan. Little Platte Lake is full of a variety of different species of fish. The types of fish include, small mouth and large mouth bass, rock bass, northern pike, walleye, brown bullhead, chinook salmon, strickbacks, bluegill and perch.
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