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Lake St. Clair Sponsored by
Date 20-May-16
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Conditions : Lake St. Clair - Cooler temperatures slowed the smallmouth bite in the south end of the lake but a few were caught in eight to 10 feet on chartreuse tube baits Those fishing the bays, canals and off the banks did fairly well for largemouth bass with black and green jig-n-pigs or jerk baits. A good number of pike were taken on chartreuse tube baits. Fair to good numbers of panfish could be seen along the shoreline on the left side as you leave the Clinton River cutoff launch. Anglers caught crappie, bluegill and sunfish on crawlers and minnows. On the north end, bass anglers were targeting the Metro Park and the Mile Roads. Smallmouth were caught just north of the Harley Ensign launch in five or six feet. Anglers caught pike. Those targeting walleye had limited success with a gold crawler harness in seven feet north of Harley Ensign. Panfish were caught on ice jigs with a worm in seven feet near the Selfridge launch.

Reported by: Michigan DNR

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