Location

MI
United States
42° 29' 41.5824" N, 82° 47' 49.5204" W

Fishing Reports

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 Still has good smallmouth bass fishing even with the fish scattered in waters 5 and 12 feet deep. The mayfly hatch is well underway so surface action for bass can also be very good when the conditions are right. Walleye fishing remains spotty with a few fish showing up for anglers trolling south of Huron Point, off the 400 Club, along the shipping channel and in area of the Dumping Grounds. Muskie anglers have been finding fish over the weed beds off Selfridge, the Salt River and also along the edge of the North Channel where it opens into the lake. Trolling in Ontario waters has been good for muskie with the occasional large bass or pike also in the mix. White bass and largemouth bass continue to found near the mouth of the Clinton River and at the Metro Park off Huron Point. 

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Average: 3 (1 vote)

Lake St. Clair: Still has good smallmouth bass fishing even with the fish scattered in waters 5 and 12 feet deep. The mayfly hatch is well underway so surface action for bass can also be very good when the conditions are right. Walleye fishing remains spotty with a few fish showing up for anglers trolling south of Huron Point, off the 400 Club, along the shipping channel and in area of the Dumping Grounds. Muskie anglers have been finding fish over the weed beds off Selfridge, the Salt River and also along the edge of the North Channel where it opens into the lake. Trolling in Ontario waters has been good for muskie with the occasional large bass or pike also in the mix. White bass and largemouth bass continue to found near the mouth of the Clinton River and at the Metro Park off Huron Point. 

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Average: 3 (1 vote)

Lake St. Clair: The docks are in at the DNR launches but there's not much fishing going on yet. Some good perch catches were reported near Geno's.

St. Clair River: A few salmon and steelhead were caught by shore anglers at Port Huron and Marine City. Some good walleye jigging reports came from those fishing near the mouth of the Black River. It is possible that we could have flow ice moving through the system by the weekend. Anglers should call ahead or check webcams along the river to verify current conditions. 

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