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Lake St. Clair Sponsored by
Date 03-Sep-16
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Conditions : Lake St. Clair - Smallmouth bass anglers caught fish in 13 to 22 feet off 9-Mile Road. Bass and channel cats were caught when drifting worms about three miles out from the 400 Club. A decent number of yellow perch were taken in the shipping channel near Buoys 29 and 31 and near the L-Buoy when still-fishing or trolling minnows and crawlers however a large number were on the small side. The better fishing was in the early morning. Walleye fishing slowed which could be because of the weeds. Muskie were caught at the mouth of the South Channel while fly fishing. On the north end, smallmouth bass were caught near Harley Ensign and largemouth were taken in the canals around Metro while casting tube baits and wacky worms. Rock bass were caught in 12 to 14 feet around Harley Ensign. Muskie were caught just east of the Baltimore Channel while casting a crank bait. Walleye were caught by those trolling between Munchie Bay and New Baltimore. A good number of perch were caught at the mouth of the North and South Channels.

Reported by: Michigan DNR


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