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Lake Erie / Re: Lake Erie Fishing Report - May 2022
« Last post by LEO on May 25, 2022, 05:55:11 PM »
May 25. 2022

Lake Erie: Walleye fishing was good not far out from the rock wall out of Bartnik boat launch at Sterling State Park in 16 to 22 feet of water. Anglers were seeing success with crawler harnesses on bottom bouncers while using planar boards with 2 oz of weight 30 feet back trolling at 2mph. Yellow was a successful color. The dumping grounds to the south was a hot location for walleye. Largemouth bass anglers had great success with artificial tube PowerBaits.

Michigan DNR
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Lake St. Clair / Re: Lake St Clair Fishing Report - May 2022
« Last post by LEO on May 25, 2022, 05:53:42 PM »
May 25, 2022

Detroit River: Anglers were doing well catching walleye, with many anglers getting limits. Anglers fishing between the Ambassador Bridge and Ecorse were trolling with crawlers in 35 to 40 feet of water. Anglers fishing between the Trenton channel and Lake Erie Metropark were having the best luck in high current areas in 10 to 11 feet of water while trolling with crawlers and bandits. Many anglers were catching large numbers of white bass near the Trenton channel but were reporting that the females were not in, so the run had not peaked yet.

Michigan DNR
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Lake Erie / Lake Erie Fishing Report - May 2022
« Last post by LEO on May 09, 2022, 06:49:35 AM »
May 9th, 2022

Lake Erie: Due to strong winds, Breast Bay became extremely murky and was not showing great success for walleye catches. Anglers going north of Fermi near Point Mouillee in deeper waters, around 19 feet, where it is clearer, were seeing decent success with purple and white Flicker Shad lures, and purple and black Bandit lures. Also, the dumping grounds out from Luna Pier was a hot spot to catch walleye where there were still a few clear water spots. Crawler harnesses were not showing any advantage over artificial lures yet.

Michigan DNR
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Lake St. Clair / Lake St Clair Fishing Report - May 2022
« Last post by LEO on May 09, 2022, 06:48:30 AM »
May 9th, 2022

Detroit River: The walleye catch slowed down, but anglers were still catching fish. Over the weekend the catch picked back up, but some anglers struggled. Wyandotte and Ecorse areas were producing the best catches. The Ambassador Bridge area to the Belle Isle Bridge was also a good area to fish. Blue Ice was a hot color. Anglers were using jigs tipped with minnows and had the best luck finding walleye in 23 to 35 feet of water. A few anglers were coming in with white bass but not many yet.

Michigan DNR
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Grand River / Re: Fishing time inquiry
« Last post by xmkingway on April 21, 2022, 08:57:14 PM »
Thanks to let me know it  :thumbup:
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Grand River / Re: Fishing time inquiry
« Last post by rivercats on April 21, 2022, 07:15:33 PM »
Not sure about Guelph L but heard they are catching crappie at Belwood now but don't know if you can park at the park they are on the road up the river. Let me know how you do
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Grand River / Fishing time inquiry
« Last post by xmkingway on April 21, 2022, 05:50:05 PM »
Hello Everybody,
Can we go to Belwood Lake Conservation Area or Guelph Lake Conservation Area fish crappie now?
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Lake Erie / Lake Erie Fishing Report - April 2022
« Last post by LEO on April 21, 2022, 05:25:28 PM »
April 22, 2022

Lake Erie: Walleye were caught roughly five miles out from Bartnik boat launch at Sterling State Park towards Stoney Point in about 16 feet of water while trolling with tiger bandit artificial lures. Anglers should try setting trolling speeds for 1.5mph and work 15 to 18 feet with anything warm colored or gold metallic on a day with good sunlight for good results

Michigan DNR
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Lake St. Clair / Lake St Clair Fishing Report - April 2022
« Last post by LEO on April 21, 2022, 05:24:19 PM »
April 22, 2022

Detroit River: Anglers were reporting limits of walleye. Water between the steel mill and Mud Island in Ecorse was a great spot, but all points along the river were decent. Anglers had the most luck in 16 to 30 feet of water. Red, green and black were hot colors and plastics worked better than live bait. Anglers targeting white bass were doing well.

Michigan DNR
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Steelhead Alley / Re: Section is now Private!
« Last post by Digby on March 02, 2022, 09:32:18 AM »
I feel your pain. I don't river fish for trout, but we've had some spots ruined by the pigs around here too. I just don't get it.  :thumbdown:
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