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Lake St Clair Fishing Reports - July 2021
« on: July 27, 2021, 08:45:00 AM »
July 27, 2021

Lake St. Clair: Walleye and perch action picked up significantly. Perch action was best between the Nine Mile launch and the Canadian border in 15 to 18 feet of water. Perch were also coming in from Anchor Bay and from the water near the mouth of the south channel. Anglers were catching perch on minnows and crawlers. Limit catches of walleye came from the water surrounding the dumping grounds in 18 feet of water.  Smaller catches of walleye were taken from the northeast portions of Anchor Bay and the channel mouths. Most walleye were taken on crawler harnesses, but some were taken on artificial lures. The smallmouth bass action was good near the dumping grounds in 17+ feet of water and near Gross Point.

The northeast portion of Anchor Bay was a hot spot for smallmouth bass action and musky action. Smallmouth bass fishing was good in Goose Bay in 17+ feet of water. Musky were caught while trolling and casting near Gull Island, Goose Bay and near Strawberry Island in 10 to 18 feet of water. Some anglers fished the river channels due to inclement weather and fishing was particularly good where the middle channel meets the north channel near the wreck. Anglers in this location caught smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, perch, pike and musky.

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Re: Lake St Clair Fishing Reports - July 2021
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2021, 06:40:58 AM »
July 30, 2021

Lake St. Clair: Perch were caught at the Nine Mile launch and at the Canadian border in about 16 to 18 feet of water. Perch were also coming in from the mouth of the south channel and in Anchor Bay. Walleye were coming in from the Dumping Grounds and the water surrounding it in 18 feet of water. Smaller catches of walleye were taking place in the northeast portions of Anchor Bay and the channel mouths. Smallmouth bass action was good near the Dumping Grounds in 17 to 19 feet of water and near Grosse Pointe. Anglers caught smallmouth bass in the northeast portion of Anchor Bay, near Goose Bay and at Strawberry Island in 17+ feet of water. Musky anglers were successful trolling and casting in the eastern part of the lake in 15 to 18 feet of water. Musky were caught this week from the mouth of the south channel, in Goose Bay, and near Strawberry and Grassy Islands in 10 to 18 feet of water. Anglers were catching perch with minnows and crawlers. Most walleye were taken trolling with crawler harnesses, but some were taken on artificial lures.

Michigan DNR