Lake Ponemah is a 368acre natural kettle lake with a maximum depth of 77 feet and a mean depth of 23 feet. It connects to Squaw Lake and Tupper Lake. The Shiawassee river inlets into Lake Ponemah and outlets through Tupper Lake. The Fisherman and Angles can expect to catch a variety of fish including Black Crappie, Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Sunfish, Walleye and Yellow Perch. You can also see wildlife at its finest in the canal that connects Ponemah to Squaw Lake. On any given day when taking a stroll through the canal you can expect to see deer drinking out of the lake, turtles sun bathing on logs and even a bald eagle. You can also see whats going on PST (Ponemah-Squaw-Tupper) Facebook.
Another great think about Lake Ponemah is it is a farley open lake which gives its residents long and fantastic views of the lake.