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Lake St Clair Fishing Reports - Nov 2019
« on: November 07, 2019, 05:40:58 PM »
Nov 7, 2019

Detroit River: Walleye anglers caught a few throughout the river. Fish were caught north or Wyandotte near Grassy Island and near the Ambassador Bridge when jigging. Try a brown Wyandotte worm or a blue ice minnow. Shore anglers caught perch and bluegill in the marinas, however they were sorting through a lot of small perch to get some keepers. Try minnows and wax worms.

Lake St. Clair: This is prime time for muskie fishing. Water temperatures are rapidly decreasing, and these fish go on a feeding frenzy. Fish can be found in the shallows and near the mouth of rivers and creeks. Walleye fishing improves as the weeds are dying off. Try bottom bouncers with a crawler harness in the early morning. For bluegill and perch, try the marinas.

St. Clair River: Walleye fishing continues to pick up throughout the entire river. A few limit catches were taken near Port Huron when fishing the Canadian side. Shore anglers casting off the wall at Port Huron caught a few after dark. Water clarity was highly variable with the wind and rain.

Michigan DNR

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Re: Lake St Clair Fishing Reports - Nov 2019
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2019, 06:42:09 AM »
Thanks for the report. Been cold and windy but fish biting at my shore spots