Lake St. Clair Bass – Big Bite Coming On!

Now that the bite is back, where do we find the “big” bite?  Individual strategies are endless but each theory must go up against a hard, cold reality…We need to be where the big fish are.  Figuring out what section of the big water is holding the best supply of big fish can be a daunting task.  Let’s see if we can cut it down to size.

We can do this by sectioning off the system into three pieces:  The Lake, the St. Clair River Channels and the St. Clair River (One of these sections will hold more active big fish than the other).  That’s what we did on Thursday.  We picked one section to fish hard, and it paid off.

Our average catch size was very good and we got in to better numbers of three and four pound smallmouth.

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One way that Marked Map owners can get dialed in on the best section to fish is through the reports on Marked Maps Live!   Myself and staff reveal the spots that we have been fishing, the size of the bass that we catch and put in notes about methods and tackle.

For more information about Lake St. Clair see The Lake St. Clair Fishing Show which is published every week.

A special thanks goes out to Peter Garchow, DDS for catching and supplying us with some great “big” smallmouth photo’s.

Peter Garchow, DDS
630 36th Street SW
Wyoming, MI 49509
616-538-9020

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