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Author Topic: Desperately Seeking Boaters! Michigan BFL #4 Detroit River this Saturday  (Read 1961 times)

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Well, it must be all the huge sacks coming in from St. Clair getting anglers excited, but FLW HQ (TD Anthony Wright) tells me he needs 20 boaters in a bad way to get all the co-anglers out fishing!

If you haven't heard, St. Clair is putting out a ton of big limits right now - the river AND the lake both. Maybe the best fishing since 1998-9!

If you haven't already signed up for this Saturday's BFL at Elizabeth Park, please do so now and help get a fellow angler out for a great day of fishing.

Tell FLW that Dan Kimmel talked you into signing up as a boater this week for the Michigan BFL and said Anthony Wright will pay your late fee. This week only for boaters only. So you can get in for the regular price AND whack a big limit too!

Call 270-252-1000 or enter online at http://bfl.flwoutdoors.com and thanks a bunch!
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dashaver63


Just curious Dan, whats the water look like up there with all this rain we've had?
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motocross269


It didn't look bad sunday nite, but it may be ugly by now...You may be able to get more up to date info on water conditions at lakestclair.net.
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C'mon... give me some credit moto...

My sources tell me that the water is ugly muddy but as usual clearing out fast. St. Clair has one of the fastest water exchange rates in existence with all the current and the channelization. With some northerly winds, the channels and north half of the lake can clear up a ton in 1 to 3 days.

I'll see if I can get some specifics later tonight or tomorrow.
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motocross269


Sorry DK didn't mean to offend.....

I feel like I got caught committing adultery...."C'mon GLB you know your my favorite site!!"
"I've given you the best 3 days 3 hours and 42 minutes of my life"    :)

(There was a 2 page thread going over there on that topic)
« Last Edit: August 21, 2007, 10:24:40 PM by motocross269 »
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