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Rhode rides to EverStart lead on the Detroit River
« on: July 15, 2011, 12:57:55 AM »

FLW Outdoors News by David A. Brown

Rhode rides to EverStart lead on the Detroit River

Hasty tops co-angler field at Detroit River

Although he ended up fishing shallower than he prefers, Jared Rhode put together the leading bag on day oneTRENTON, Mich. – Wind and waves presented challenging conditions for anglers fishing EverStart Central Division tournament on the Detroit River, but it’s hard to suppress the double-dose of smallmouth paradise found in lakes St. Clair and Erie.

Located at the river’s south end, Erie’s massive size avails itself predictably to big waves and the 6- to 7-footers several weary boaters reported are simply no fun. St. Clair, which sits at the north end of the Detroit River, nestled between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, frequently offers a welcome respite from an inhospitable Erie. However, today found this smaller lake in a snotty mood and anglers who ran its open water took a pounding in the process.

Read complete story on Tournament News

Day one boater results available on FLW Outdoors

Co-angler results day one

Lots of expected anglers in or near the top, but definitely a few surprises! Good luck to all the members and smaller waves!!

Help stop invasive spcies. Don't move fish between unconnected bodies of water. Clean, drain and dry your boat before launching on another water body.
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