Location

MI
United States
42° 10' 29.9316" N, 83° 7' 15.0312" W

Fishing Reports

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Average: 3 (1 vote)

Water levels are high but the water is clearing up. Shore anglers are doing well with the higher water levels. A few walleye were caught in the lower Trenton Channel by those drifting crawlers and leeches. Those bowfishing have done well on carp and bass anglers are catching fish. A few muskie were caught at the south end. 

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Average: 3 (1 vote)

Detroit River: Water levels are high but the water is clearing up. Shore anglers are doing well with the higher water levels. A few walleye were caught in the lower Trenton Channel by those drifting crawlers and leeches. Those bowfishing have done well on carp and bass anglers are catching fish. A few muskie were caught at the south end. 

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Average: 3 (1 vote)

Detroit River: Was clear of ice flow and more anglers were out as catch rates increased. Almost all boats are targeting walleye and most anglers reported some measure of success. Several limit catches were reported but most boats were averaging 3 to 5 fish. The better catches came between Great Lakes Steel and Grassy Island though anglers also had some luck at most of the access sites. Those perch fishing in Canadian waters near the Cross Dike had good success. Keepers were 7 to 13 inches but many were throwbacks. Some caught the occasional pike, musky, carp or suckers. Water temperatures were running about 38 degrees. The launches are open. The St. Jean's launch has 3 new ramps to improve access. 

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