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 Posted: Sat Jun 23rd, 2018 11:33 am
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I'm new to fishing St.Clair. I could use a little help. I"m new to boating also. I could use a little help on where to fish on lake St. Clair. I'm basicly a rookie and could use all the help I could get on learning the spots and what type of rigs to use.

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 Posted: Mon Jun 25th, 2018 12:15 am
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First just a question a long time ago a person also called themselves or nurse is it you ?? Second look at some of the old videos on the web page can get good info there to start. Hope this helps.

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No it's not me. I'm new to lake St. Clair. What I didn't say earlier in my posts is that I have my own boat and tackle. I've been out on the river with Jerry Comfort 3-4 times in the past few years. What I'm looking for is someone I can follow to different spots on the lake where trolling is good or can be good. To show me spots to stay away from. I'm not asking to go out on anybody's boat with them. Just follow them to different spots that are good for fishing. I joined the association to learn how to be a good fisherman and pass it on to my kids. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.

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 Posted: Tue Jun 26th, 2018 04:40 pm
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Another question what is your name?? I know that Jerry has a few wpts for the lake he might share with you. Give Jerry a call.

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The bouy areas 26, 28 with the off color water is producing eyes. Use cranks or meat on boards or bottom bounce you will get eyes.

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 Posted: Tue Jun 26th, 2018 10:12 pm
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Hello,

I remember taking out you guys from Wyandotte area.

Yes, give me a call and I can get you in the right direction. I am currently fishing the St. Clair River and doing well. You can meet me there sometime if you want to jig it or pull bottom bouncers.

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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 12:27 pm
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My name is Ron. I sit at the table right in front of Don Murray. Wilson sits at the table with me. Jerry I'll be giving you a call in a day or two and thanks guys.

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Hi Ron I have an idea. Tonight at 5pm a group of people will have a small fish derby, 20.00 per man. Fish from 530 to 930, then weigh fish. A great way to meet guys get idea where they fish and how. Open to anyone, should be fun see you there.

Forgot to say where the Crocker ramp also known as the spillway ramp.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 28th, 2018 11:52 am
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Sorry I missed your post. Got tied up at work and worked late. I'd appreciate if you would let me know about any future events. Thanks.

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Ron,

I apologize. From your description with Wilson I now remember who you are. I have taken out MANY people on my charters and don't always remember them. They are usually all bundled up in the cold spring and just don't look the same all cleaned up. LOL.

I will be fishing with 2 charters this coming Sunday and Monday morning in the St. Clair River, launching out of Marine City.

If you are in that area check in with me for a fishing report.



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You know I'm pretty much stuck at lake St. Clair because I don't have truck to trailer my boat, but any and all help you can give me about the lake WILL BE APPRECIATED. I just really want to learn the lake and get in some excellent fishing and pass it on to my family. remember you gave me one of those fishing charts. Where the fish are and when. I've been looking at it over the past few days and it should help out a lot. We'll talk soon. I want to start fishing the lake next weekend. I'm still getting in practice on handling the boat. First boat ever. Thanks for all your help and suggestions

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Ron,

The Hot Spot map is a good place to start. Also just look for other boats THAT ARE CATCHING FISH.

Another key thing to do is when you catch a walleye mark the spot on your GPS. This will eventually tell a story. The more icons you leave for a trail the better. This leaves you a consistent trail to go back to.



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Now I need to learn how to mark wave points on my GPS. I just got the new Lowrance Hook2. On the chart are you referring to the charts y'all sell at the fish show? I do have 2 of those. Thanks for the advice. I went out with a friend last night on the St.Clair river and got limit with bottom bouncer with harness.

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Where did you get em on the st. clair river. Where did you launch.

Check out Walleye 101 with lance Valentine. He has videos hes sells to teach how to use your Lowrance.



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I have one opening on my boat for a individual charter this Sunday, July 1st if you are interested. I will be jigging the Marine City area.

The cost is $125 per person. I still got one spot left.



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We launched from Marysville launch because the St. Clair marina/launch parking lot was getting repaved.

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Thanks, I'll check it out.

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