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Author Topic: need detailed st clair info  (Read 8087 times)

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Re: need detailed st clair info
« Reply #20 on: April 15, 2013, 09:03:27 AM »

Since you're going to be here the last weekend or week in May, Canadian water will not be open to fish. The season there does not open until June and you do need an Ontario license to fish there for bass. Most of the fishing will be on the Mile Roads moving south into the Grosse Pointe and Windmill Point areas. You can PM me if you would like some details of all those areas. If your out there the last week of May, I'll be on vacation from work and plan to spend some time out there.


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Re: need detailed st clair info
« Reply #21 on: April 16, 2013, 08:49:14 PM »

I see this was moved...when did st clair become a great lake? Not what i was taught in school...lol jk. Thanks for yalls help. Got a hotel by lake a super 8. Gonna launch at st clair metro park. Is there good large mouth fishin in all these little eivers i see coming in to st clair and the st clair river its self?

Lake St. Clair is not one of THE 5 Great Lakes but it is part of the Great Lakes with the St. Marys River, St. Clair River and Detroit River which are all defined as "Great Lakes Connecting Waters" in Michigan fishing regulations. The locals consider all of them part of the Great Lakes, which is why I try to keep stuff about them where most people will look.
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